Kenya/Tanzania cer. malaria

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	exuse anxious father's intrusion on infogroup. just learned my 23 year
	old daughter on intern (not medical) with AMREF (the flying docs)
	in Tanzania is "seriously ill" with cerebral malaria in remote village 
	of Ruwka. case western tech papers put death rate at 50% so I am panic
	struck re trying to get info and find a local doctor or other reliable
	person who can tell me what is happening. If you know anyone I can 
	contact please help me. if johnren at delphi.com doesn't work, try sbray@
	aol.com
	




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