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Some clinical manifestations and laboratory findings of human gigantica fascioliasis in pregnant women and children in central coastal provinces, Viet Nam, 2012- 2017 (10/23/2017)

Backgrounds: Fascioliasis is a disease of the hepatobiliary system, caused by Fasciola spp that are increasing and threating of public health in the tropic areas (Africa and Asia), including of Central part of Vietnam. WHO estimates that at least 2.4 million people are infected in more than 70 countries worldwide, with several million at risk.No continent is free from fascioliasis, and it is likely that where animal cases are reported, human cases also exist. This study carried out to evaluate several particular clinical aspects in the vulnerable groups with fascioliasis.


Malaria: Drug Candidate May Reduce Spread of the Parasite (09/26/2017)

Significant headway has been made in controlling malaria. However, two vexing problems remain: currently available treatments are unable to block transmission of the parasite that causes the disease, and the parasite often becomes resistant to drugs. According to a new study led by researchers at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC), there is a class of compounds that could address both of these problems.


Extreme gardening to help tackle malaria (07/24/2017)

Gardening could be a powerful weapon against malaria, culling mosquito populations by cutting off their food supply, say researchers.


Cardiff Uni's new way of making compounds for drugs (02/23/2017)

Researchers in Cardiff have developed a new "highly-efficient" method of making disease-fighting compounds, including for an anti-malaria drug.


Interesting researches on malaria (09/12/2016)

Chicken odour 'prevents malaria' research in Ethiopia finds;Nigerian biotech firm develops urine test for malaria; Malaria's Magnetic Properties May Pull Treatments Forward; Anti-malaria drug could help fight cancer; Scientists exploit malaria's Achilles' heel.


 
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