Posts tagged with: Malaria

Today, 25 April 2022, marks another World Malaria Day; an opportunity for the global community to reaffirm the continuing efforts to eradicate one of the world’s oldest and deadliest diseases. International collaboration, research, and innovation, have provided us with a...
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Dr Benji Pretorius, experienced medical practitioner and malaria survivor, addresses the fundamental points raised in two research reports published in 2021 and why the role of frontline prevention measures will evolve in the years to come.     There can be...
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Tackling malaria is a challenge we as a global community have been trying to overcome for decades. New medications and protection from mosquitoes are effective shields, make no mistake, but now is the time to go on the offensive. Recent...
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August 20th marks the date of Sir Ronald Ross’ discovery of the link between female anopheles mosquitoes and the transmission of malaria to humans, all the way back in 1897. This has led the way to today’s research into the...
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As the world begins to take stock of the impacts caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, this year’s World Malaria Day is especially significant. Now that restrictions across the globe are beginning to be lifted, we must make sure that malaria...
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The World Health Organisation’s (WHO) 2020 Malaria Report, published at the end of November, highlights the significant strides in the eradication of malaria during the past two decades. For example, cases of malaria in the Western Pacific region have declined...
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