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Nigeria: Malaria Drug Could Prevent Liver Cancer

Nigeria: Malaria Drug Could Prevent Liver Cancer
A cheap anti-malarial drug could prevent liver cancer, scientists at University College London have discovered, offering hope for hundreds of thousands who are at risk of the disease. An over-the-counter malaria pill could prevent liver cancer and shrink established tumours, British scientists have found.
 

Malaria is the leading killer in Central African Republic: aid group

Malaria is the leading killer in Central African Republic: aid group
As a recent ceasefire deal boosts prospects for peace in Central African Republic, a key medical aid group warned on Thursday that malaria was the leading killer in the impoverished landlocked country.
 

Malaria Vaccine Shown to Prevent Disease in Kids for 18 Months

Malaria Vaccine Shown to Prevent Disease in Kids for 18 Months
Scientists have been trying to develop a vaccine for malaria for decades, and now they're one step closer to success. Results released Tuesday from an ongoing massive clinical trial of GlaxoSmithKline’s vaccine found that it was capable of preventing clinical malaria in infants and young children for up to eighteen months.

Sudan is stepping up measures to combat the spread of malaria ahead of the upcoming rainy season.

Sudan is stepping up measures to combat the spread of malaria ahead of the upcom
As part of a nation-wide prevention campaign, the ministry of health will spray a biodegradable, low toxic pesticide in at risk areas.The measures are expected to protect an estimated 2.25 and 3.6 million people.
 

Malaria infection during pregnancy leads to low birth weight - Study

Malaria infection during pregnancy leads to low birth weight - Study
A study published in Volume Two, Issue Eight of The Lancet Global Health journal shows that Plasmodium falciparum malaria infection during pregnancy in Africa leads to adverse outcomes including low birthweight.
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Eyes on malaria magazine Eleventh Edition
AMMREN publishes a flagship magazine called EYES ON MALARIA and completed work on the Eleventh Edition.
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