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A patient from the tropics presents with complaints of weight loss, fever, and black colored vomitus. He says that he has been taking aspirin on a daily basis but still has fevers and chills. He was given a treatment before but does not remember the drug. He has a WBC count of 14, a HCT of 28, and platelets of 76. The chest x-ray appears normal. What is the most likely diagnosis?

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