malaria treatment

 
Why over-treating malaria in Africa is a problem, and how it can be stopped
Why over-treating malaria in Africa is a problem, and how it can be stopped
Malaria policymakers and clinicians are concerned about the clinical, financial and public health harms associated with over-treating malaria....
Malaria has been beaten back – but children are still dying
Malaria has been beaten back – but children are still dying
In 15 years malaria deaths in Africa have more than halved – and deaths among children younger than five have declined by more than 70%.
[Video]Mobile tech: A malaria-fighting secret weapon for Africa?
[Video]Mobile tech: A malaria-fighting secret weapon for Africa?
Is mobile technology the malaria-fighting secret weapon Africa’s been waiting for?
Cheap drugs a bitter pill for the West
Cheap drugs a bitter pill for the West
Would you rather pay $12 a dose for malaria drugs or $2.40 – and potentially boost your country's economy at the same time?
Text messages help fight cholera in Mozambique
Text messages help fight cholera in Mozambique
They hope it would cut the cost of logistics in disaster zones.
New malaria drug excites researchers
New malaria drug excites researchers
A single anti-malarial pill with no side effects that blocks transmission of the killer disease could soon be available, University of Cape Town...
Hard climb to beat malaria
Hard climb to beat malaria
Growing up in the early 1970s in the Kilimanjaro region of Tanzania, I would wake up early in the morning with my siblings and hike the trail from...
Malaria wonder drug loses its grip
Malaria wonder drug loses its grip
The global fight against malaria is being threatened by growing resistance to powerful new drugs that were ­considered one of the most ­important...
Criminals threaten malaria fight
Criminals threaten malaria fight
Hopes of controlling malaria in Africa could be wrecked by criminals circulating counterfeit and sub-standard drugs, threatening millions of lives,...
Fake, dodgy drugs drive malaria crisis in Africa
Fake, dodgy drugs drive malaria crisis in Africa
Hopes of controlling malaria in Africa could be wrecked by criminals who are circulating counterfeit and substandard drugs, threatening millions of...
Scientists find big chink in malaria's armour
Scientists find big chink in malaria's armour
Researchers said on Wednesday they have discovered a unique microscopic channel through which malaria parasites must pass to infect red blood...
Malaria drug breakthrough
Malaria drug breakthrough
About 200 000 deaths from malaria each year could be averted if African governments follow new World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines, soon to...

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