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Richard Maude Jul 17
Big decrease in in Tak province, Thailand not due to climate or forest change - shown by integrating routine with publicly available data. Drop in 49/50 endemic subdistricts more likely result of elimination activities.
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LSTM Jul 11
In 1898 's port recorded 294 cases of ; 42 dysentery; 10 of Beri-Beri; 23 tropical anaemia and 2 of Yellow Fever. Mostly treated in Royal Southern Hospital & leading the city's shipping magnates to set up
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Oxford Medicine Jul 16
There is little research on the burden of the sympatric and often-neglected species Plasmodium ovale and Plasmodium malariae. New research explores their prevalence and relationship with common red blood cells.
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WHO South-East Asia Jul 18
Take these measures to protect yourself & your family from & : -sleep under mosquito nets -screen windows and doors -use mosquito repellent -wear light color clothing that covers your limbs -remove mosquito breeding sites -seek early treatment if you have symptoms
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The Lancet Jul 18
NEW Research—In patients with normal G6PD, 7-day primaquine was well tolerated and non-inferior to 14-day primaquine for the radical cure of P vivax : finding from a multicentre, randomised, placebo-controlled non-inferiority trial
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Malaria No More UK 16h
Climate change could put hundreds of millions more at risk of as increased rainfall, humidity and rising temperatures increase the territory and amounts of malaria-carrying mosquitoes
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Geodesic Pictures Jul 18
Part I: is approximately 60,000 years old. With 200 million cases a year, the death toll is staggering. The product development pipeline for innovation in malaria prevention, management, treatments, and eradication methods is stronger than ever. PC: Paula Bronstein
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Ric Price Jul 18
The IMPROV trial out today in . 7d vs 14d high dose Primaquine for malaria - 7d as effective as 14d with acceptable tolerance. The shorter course regimen offers hope of a more practical regimen for the radical cure of
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Bloodsucking Parasites 18h
Prevalence of mutations linked to antimalarial resistance in falciparum from Chhattisgarh, Central India: A elimination point of view. PubMed
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onisillos sekkides 🦠 Jul 18
How Myanmar became an example to the world in the battle against
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PLOS Biology 18h
After treatment with drugs that target apicoplasts, parasites initially seem fine and go on to infect new erythrocytes. This study shows that the parasites later die due to trafficking defects caused by depletion of prenyl groups
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LSTM 21h
led research in 'Understanding the mode of action of the antimalarial primaquine: new insights into a 70 year old puzzle'
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Geodesic Pictures Jul 18
Part Iv: It is important to that you understand the crisis and how you can be a part of the solution. Our goal is to highlight the importance of a world where bed nets are used for comfort and not survival. Stay tuned for ! PC P. Bronstein
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Malaria Reminder Jul 19
Don't forget to take your pill!
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Seth Berkley 16h
Fascinating video by of how antibodies can work together to prevent the parasite from invading red blood cells. This has given researchers an important insight that could help make new against malaria:
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Erada_Technology Jul 18
It's shocking that the lives of so many children are taken by worldwide. We cannot let this continue - effective diagnosis and swift treatment means that every child will be able to see their
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Malaria Reminder 16h
Did you remember to take your pill? We hope you did!
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Bloodsucking Parasites Jul 17
Hemoglobin variants shape the distribution of parasites in human populations and their transmission potential. PubMed
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Nortcliffe Group UoN Jul 18
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Nomad 15h
You've been recommended either or atovaquone/proguanil malaria tablets...but whats the difference? Read our blog to find out and help you choose before trips to zones
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