Discovery of genes that confer resistance to the drug artemisinin is major step forward for treatment of the disease
John C. Beale also claimed thousands of dollars from the US Government for first class plane tickets and limo rides
The vaccine known as "RTS,S", made by GlaxoSmithKline, was the first "candidate" vaccine against malaria and was initially developed as long ago as 1987. This fact alone indicates just how difficult and tortuous it is to manufacture a safe, reliable and effective vaccine against the malaria parasite.
British drug company GlaxoSmithKline seeking regulatory approval for vaccine to prevent disease which kills around 660,000 people every year
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A high time with the eco-terrorists
Mr Hornsby drove a series of ambulances from Normandy to the Netherlands
The midfielder was subjected to abuse earlier this season
When British doctor Sir Ronald Ross discovered the crucial link between mosquitos and malaria at the end of the 19 century, he understandably thought it marked the beginning of the end of the deadly disease – rampant then not only in colonial India and Africa, but also in southern European countries such as Greece and Italy.
Resistance to artemesinin was first detected in Cambodia in 2009, but has now spread 800km west
Television chef Valentine Warner puts his foraging skills to the test on a South African game reserve, where he shows Sara Lawrence the joys of cooking in the wild.
Thirty years after Aids first surfaced, Barack Obama is today expected to declare "the beginning of the end" of the disease thanks to dramatic results achieved by antiretroviral drugs.
Scientists have figured out a way to block the spread of malaria using genetically-modified (GM) mosquitoes that carry synthetic genes to curb the transmission of the blood parasite when the insect bites its human host.
A red seaweed found off the Pacific island of Fiji has been found to contain a powerful class of natural substances that can effectively destroy the malaria parasite, scientists said yesterday.
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George Clooney has revealed he contracted malaria but has "completely" recovered from his battle with the illness.