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Malaria represents one of the international community’s most pressing public health problems. The disease exacts an economic toll of roughly $12 billion a year in Africa. A vaccine is an ess...

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[Articles] Characteristics and survival of patients with Ebola virus infection, malaria, or both in Sierra Leone: a retrospective cohort study

Malaria parasite co-infection was common in patients presenting to ETUs and conferred an increased mortality risk in patients infected with Ebola virus, supporting empirical malaria treatment in ETUs....

Cryoport developing cold chain logistic models for malaria vaccine

Cryoport will design and implement the cryogenic cold chain to support Phase III clinical trials of Sanaria’s investigational malaria vaccines.

Rapid test for malaria unveiled by Alere

The Alere Malaria Ag P.f. has been launched by Alere for detecting malaria infection in asymptomatic people.  -More- 

Investigational PfSPZ malaria vaccine shows considerable protection in adults in malaria season

An investigational malaria vaccine given intravenously was well-tolerated and protected a significant proportion of healthy adults against infection with Plasmodium falciparum malaria—the deadliest ...

Newly discovered malaria mechanism gives hope to pregnant women

Resistance to malaria drugs means that pregnant women are unable to overcome the anaemia caused by the malaria parasite – and their babies are born undersized. A study carried out at Karolinska Inst...

Successful Preclinical Tests for New Anti-malaria Agent

NewsScientists from the Heidelberg University Hospital and the German Center for Infection Research (DZIF) have developed a new substance that has cured severe malaria in humanized mice.

Bone loss is another hidden pathology caused by malaria infection

Malaria caused by Plasmodium parasites is a life-threatening infectious disease that kills at least half a million people annually while causing over 200 million new infections. In some cases, complic...

Investigational malaria vaccine shows considerable protection in adults in malaria season

(NIH/National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases) An investigational malaria vaccine given intravenously was well-tolerated and protected a significant proportion of healthy adults against i...

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Disparities between malaria infection and treatment rates: Evidence from a cross-sectional analysis of households in Uganda.

In Sub-Saharan Africa, both under-treatment and over-treatment of malaria are common since illnesses are often diagnosed and treated on the basis of symptoms. We investigate whether malaria treatment ...

Effect of HIV and malaria parasites co-infection on immune-hematological profiles among patients attending anti-retroviral treatment (ART) clinic in Infectious Disease Hospital Kano, Nigeria.

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and malaria co-infection may present worse health outcomes in the tropics. Information on HIV/malaria co-infection effect on immune-hematological profiles is critica...

Maternal microchimerism predicts increased infection but decreased disease due to P. falciparum during early childhood.

A mother's infection with placental malaria (PM) can affect her child's susceptibility to malaria, although the mechanism remains unclear. The fetus acquires a small amount of maternal cells and DNA k...

Individual and contextual factors associated with appropriate healthcare seeking behavior among febrile children in Tanzania.

Fever in malaria endemic areas, has been shown to strongly predict malaria infection and is a key symptom influencing malaria treatment. WHO recommended confirmation testing for Plasmodium spp. before...

Congenital Malaria due to Plasmodium Vivax Infection in a Neonate.

Although malaria is endemic in India, congenital malaria is not very common. Congenital malaria is a very rare condition in both endemic and nonendemic areas. We report a case of congenital malaria in...

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