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Didier Drogba has recovered from malaria

Chelsea have been stunned to discover that Didier Drogba has been suffering from malaria for at least a month.

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Malaria fears escalate as most dangerous mosquito mutates into two species

Most dangerous mosquito is evolving to create a new problem for Africa, and for scientists fighting disease

Malaria deaths in India 'could be 13 times worse than thought'

The deadly impact of malaria in India could be much worse than previously thought, according to a new report that claims 13 times more people may annually die from the disease.

Nurse who vanished from malaria drug trial is found in Netherlands

A human guinea pig who sparked a major manhunt after he went missing earlier this month while taking part in a pioneering trial to find a vaccine for malaria was in hospital in the Netherlands last night.

Missing malaria trial nurse found safe

A nurse who went missing after taking part in a medical trial for a treatment for malaria has turned up safe and well in the Netherlands, police said today.

Malaria nurse may 'have left Britain'

A nurse who disappeared after taking part in a medical trial for malaria may have travelled abroad, police say.

Time is running out to save missing man infected with malaria

When Matthew Lloyd volunteered to take part in clinical trials to help find a vaccine for malaria, he was signing up for a project which it is hoped could one day eradicate a disease that kills one million people each year.

Theft and corruption take malaria drugs away from Africa's poorest

Widespread government corruption and theft of anti-malarial drugs is preventing the poorest people in Uganda from receiving treatment for a preventable disease that kills 300 people in the country every day, an investigation has revealed.

Evolution of malaria is traced back to greatest ape

Research may open new avenues of study to halt disease

Andrew Mitchell: 'Monitoring how aid is spent is as important as the amount we give'

As world leaders prepare for a summit on global poverty, International Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell meets Nigel Morris

Pakistan flood survivors now face threat of malaria

The waters have receded but new perils trail in their wake: deadly disease and abject poverty

Created by genetic engineering, a mosquito that can't catch malaria

A novel weapon in the battle against malaria has been developed by scientists: the malaria-proof mosquito.

Jeremy Laurance: Eradicating this biblical plague is becoming possible

It looks ingenious. If you can't eradicate malaria in humans, why not do so in mosquitoes? It would accomplish a goal of which scientists hardly dared dream: a malaria-free world.

New watchdog 'will have power to axe aid projects'

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