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Professor Brian Greenwood comments on increased resistance to artemisinins: Voice of America story
Submicroscopic malaria carriers identified as a likely source of infection in areas of low transmission
People who have low-level malaria infections that are not detected by standard tests may be a source of up to 20-50% of onward transmissions, a new study has found. These carriers have a low number of parasites in their blood and are usually unaware that they have malaria, but mosquitoes taking a bite on these people can still become infected and then go on to transmit the parasite to other people.
Scientists from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine are helping the quest for a malaria vaccine in the laboratory as well as through clinical trials.
Vaccine found to reduce malaria by a third
The first independent evaluation of the Affordable Medicines Facility-malaria (AMFm) programme is published in The Lancet.
The Philippine Embassy in London commemorated Philippine-British Friendship Day today through an academic forum that will provide the platform for highlighting the works of British and Filipino scientific researchers.
Teun Bousema and Chris Drakeley will be speaking at the "Challenges in Malaria Research" conference today
Tuen Bousema and Chris Drakeley will be speaking at the Challenges in Malaria Research conference today
Penguins at London Zoo have been struck by a deadly strain of malaria that has killed six of the birds.
Dr Shunmay Yeung talks about the importance of collecting scientific data rigorously to document what is happening - not only for the benefit of Cambodians but for the good of other countries facing similar threats.
A case report in The Lancet has highlighted the threat of fake drugs for malaria
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