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Deforestation in Malaysia is driving a sharp rise in cases of an uncommon type of malaria, according to scientists from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Henry Ridgwell reports.
Most likely explanation is humans are coming in contact with forest inhabited by macaque varieties that normally host disease, plus mosquitoes that transmit it