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Tag: Plasmodium

Relapsing Infections Pose Challenge to Malaria Eradication

Malaria eradication has long been challenging. Researchers found that malaria cases may not always be new infections, but relapses of once dormant parasites.

Life November 7, 2015

Malaria spreading to higher grounds, thanks to global warming

Malaria's domain is now expanding to include regions with higher altitudes. People tended to chose to live in higher altitudes that have cooler temperature because malaria-carrying mosquitoes do not thrive in cooler climates. However, because of climate change, there is now malaria in regions that used to be malaria-free.

Life March 10, 2014

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