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Awele Emili 25 Apr 19
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KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Apr 25
Malaria is still a great threat to many and must not be forgotten.
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Toyin Titans (Toyin Abraham fans page) Apr 25
Today, as the world celebrate 2020, aka mummy Ire urges all to please your fever may be
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Dr. Melvin Sanicas 🩺🔬 Apr 24
In 2018, there were ~228 MILLION cases of . That extrapolates to 65.7 million cases in ~15 weeks.
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Malaika 28 Apr 19
was a success at , our community center. Over 500 youths came to play ball and learn the facts about the preventable illness.
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WellaHealth Apr 25
is one killer disease in Nigeria. Get tested and treated today. You can get tested at home with a Urine Malaria Test. Ask us how!! Join in the
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Ablebae💊 💊 Apr 25
I won't forget when I was doing my IT in Sokoto, I was in 300l and met a woman that her 2year old son just died from Malaria. I was so scared, surprised, like is it not 'just" malaria. Since then, I don't think I will ever see Malaria as "just".
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Nice Clear 24 Apr 19
Malaria exists in 103 countries worldwide, affecting 3.3. billion people, but 90% of malaria-related deaths occur in Africa. The majority of those affected are children under the age of five. Protect the young ones by ensuring they sleep under mosquito treated nets.
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Monique Wasunna Apr 24
Today is 🦟. It is a moment to reflect on our journey towards achieving zero malaria deaths. Through collective action, we still have the hope of radically reducing suffering and death from malaria. “Zero malaria starts with me.”
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african boyfrieen Apr 25
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SOBHA Limited 24 Apr 19
Watch the video to find out how you can secure yourself & your against mosquitoes! Share to spread .
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kpfas Apr 25
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Voice Of Balochistan Apr 25
Malaria is a life-threatening disease of the blood. Below are the things you need to know about malaria.
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Jon Cooper 26 Apr 19
Updates include now powering our assays from a mobile phone so they can be performed anywhere in the rural environment low cost DNA diagnostic technology in Uganda
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Mintek_RSA 25 Apr 19
Did you know that Nanotechnology Innovation Centre (NIC) Unit in the Advanced Materials Division is focusing on the development of Point-of-Care lateral flow diagnostic devices for infectious diseases, including malaria?
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WorldOfChinese 25 Apr 19
When Chinese scientist Tu Youyou won the Nobel Prize in 2015 for her malaria medicine, she credited a 1,500-year-old Daoist doctor.
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Hope For A Smile 🙂 Apr 25
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Maria M. Mota 25 Apr 19
While in the World we mark today , in we celebrate freedom - 45 years ago, in 1974 on this day, we conquered the right to after 48 years of dictatorship. This day was beautifully portrayed by Maria Helena Vieira da Silva
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Leopoldo Villegas 25 Apr 19
We can do much better to reduce malaria deaths in the Americas.
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Maria M. Mota 25 Apr 19
Every 2 minutes, a child dies of . Let's mark with the conviction that one day we will
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