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Harvard's Defeating Malaria Initiative 7h
We're excited to welcome Dr Rose Leke, Emeritus Professor of Immunology and Parasitology, Université de Yaoundé as a Board Advisor! Together we will increase the number of women in science and end for good.
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Sect Away 4m
SectAway is great for : When going to a high area, where , , or other diseases are more frequent, it is important to use MULTIPLE protections to reduce your risk as much as possible: ....
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Marcia Castro 10h
In Remote Villages, Surprising New Measures Save Children With simple solutions adapted to the local context
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Joanne Power 11h
Good morning / friends! I just keep finding more ! So there are now 212 women listed at . This week, make sure to follow , , , , , & !
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Harvard's Defeating Malaria Initiative 6h
We are proud to welcome Prof Daouda Ndiaye of Cheikh Anta Diop University as an Advisor to our Board! Scientific knowledge leaders that develop strong partnerships with all sectors are essential to achieve eradication!
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Dr Marissa Parrott 2m
Wonderful chatting with Hilary Harper about , Gorilla Doctors, & Zoos Victoria's campaign to recycle mobile phones & send funds to save gorillas in the wild on this morning!
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Hygeia HMO Dec 12
Take a deep breath and count to 120. In that time, yet another child has died from . We should do all we can to prevent malaria by using insecticide-treated nets and indoor spraying. Early and accurate diagnosis and treatment of malaria does prevent deaths.
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AIDSPAN 14h
This year’s World Report delivered a sobering message to the global health community: Progress stalled overall, & high-burden countries losing ground... follow detailed analysis on
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Joanne Power Dec 12
I think this / paper was on , but now out in : this study showing transcriptome variation between schizonts of clinical P. falciparum isolates and schizonts from laboratory-adapted, cultured clones:
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AIDSPAN 7h
Issue 347 of the 'Global Fund Observer' is out, read more on various topics, including Board’s approval of another $98 million in country grants from the 2017-2019 allocations, launch of the WHO’s new “country-led” response to ,
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Nu-Med Plus 2h
: Since its discovery in 1772, has been thought of simply as an atmospheric pollutant. At we know that NO offers untapped healing potential, so we've created portable technology to share this w/ ppl around the world.
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WWARN Dec 13
Are you interested in vivax ? The vivax surveyor is an interactive map that summarises the prevalence of P. vivax antimalarial clinical trials across the world - visit the tool
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Malaria Reminder Dec 13
Don't forget to take your pill!
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Raquel Medialdea 7h
was eradicated from Europe in the 1970's. However, two (probably) locally transmitted Plasmodium Falciparum Malaria cases have been detected in Italy and Malta. Is Malaria re-emerging in Southern Europe? Read our letter here: via
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BayerAgainstMalaria 5h
A new option has now been added to the vector control toolbox in the fight against - today the WHO Prequalification team updated their list of products to include the new Bayer product
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Noelle Nachreiner 7h
Thank you Monica from Senator ’s office for taking time to meet with to discuss how to defeat with ! We hope to see the Senator in April at our convention!
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NO MO Foundation Dec 10
P. vivax and P. ovale (2 of 4 malaria parasites) can cause chronic which is characterized by profound anemia, enlargement of the spleen, emaciation, mental depression, sallow complexion, edema of ankles, feeble digestion, and muscular weakness.
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Penn State Science Dec 13
A big step toward preventing rather than just treating its symptoms — published in , an international research team that includes two scientists has identified more than 600 promising new antimalarial drug candidates 💊
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Miriam Laufer Dec 13
This week's AJTMH pick: Gambians love their screen doors as much as we do, but theirs hold up better than mine! New Prototype Screened Doors and Windows for Excluding Mosquitoes from Houses: A Pilot Study in Rural Gambia
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GHS 5h
We’re wrapping up 2018 – & what a year for health. From a new cure for to record numbers of people reached by , the world has never been healthier. Listen to & her colleagues tell you why.
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