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Gains Made In Controlling Malaria, But Concerns Grow About Drug Resistancei
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Carol Pearson
April 24, 2014 12:30 AM
Malaria is a disease that kills more than 600,000 people every year. It debilitates even more. Each year on World Malaria Day, we take stock of the disease, what’s been done to contain it, and what still needs to be done. As VOA's Carol Pearson reports, medical scientists have made huge gains in controlling malaria, but may face a perilous game-changer

Gains Made In Controlling Malaria, But Concerns Grow About Drug Resistance

Carol Pearson

Published April 23, 2014

Malaria is a disease that kills more than 600,000 people every year. It debilitates even more. Each year on World Malaria Day, we take stock of the disease, what’s been done to contain it, and what still needs to be done. As VOA's Carol Pearson reports, medical scientists have made huge gains in controlling malaria, but may face a perilous game-changer


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by: Anonymous
May 08, 2014 1:27 AM
Well understood microorganism but yet without vaccine production. Is it because its being poors disease? Because poors have nothing to invest on it.