Malaria Newswire (Page 9)

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Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Malaria. (Page 9)

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  1. Breakthroughs against Plasmodium falciparum pave way for latest advancementRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 4 | Medical News

    When the highly-influential European Medicines Agency announced its recommendation to approve what could be the world's first licensed vaccine against malaria in infants and children, there was much celebrating in the research community at NYU Langone Medical Center. For it was, in many respects, the culmination of the life's work of Ruth Nussenzweig and Victor Nussenzweig, the husband and wife team whose research over the past half-century against malaria has brought them international acclaim - and which contributed greatly to this latest breakthrough.

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  2. Retraction Note: Species-specific chemosensory gene expression in...Read the original story

    Monday Aug 3 | BioMed Central

    ... would like to retract the article "Species-specific chemosensory gene expression in the olfactory organs of the malaria vector Anopheles gambiae " [ 1 ]. After the article was published a concern was raised [ 2 ] that the expression of a ...

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  3. Malaria cases on the rise in S. Sudan's Unity state: MSFRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2015 | Sudan Tribune

    The medical charity, MA decins Sans FrontiA res has expressed concerns over the significant rise in cases of malaria in South Sudan's Unity state over the past month. The agency, in a statement, said it treated over 2,000 cases of the disease in July alone and admitted over 150 people with severe Malaria to its facility.

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  4. Researchers work on bringing health solutions to poor in IndiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 3 | NewsOK.com

    ... from communicable illnesses. Indeed, the country is rife with infectious diseases: tuberculosis, HIV, hepatitis and malaria all abound. Communicable diseases are responsible for 40 percent of all deaths in India, compared with 12 percent in the US. ...

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  5. India: Over 10,000 Mumbaikars down with monsoon-related illness in JulyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 3 | Crofs Blogs

    According to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation's health department, 10,922 people were diagnosed with various ailments related to monsoons in July this year. The city continues to grapple with vector-borne diseases like malaria, dengue, swine flu and leptospirosis with new cases being reported every day.

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  6. Bicyclist stops in Grand Junction to share his 8 year, 80 country adventure around the globeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 3 | KKCO-TV Grand Junction

    ... others in each of his stops. "Start a school for AIDS orphans, we brought water to a village in Bolivia, passed out malaria medication throughout Africa, and did a bike donation to a township in South Africa." Bianchini even found the love of his ...

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  7. Coping with accelerating progress: no more five-year planRead the original story

    Monday Aug 3 | Daniel Lemire's blog

    ... supportive therapy, in which the patient is kept hydrated and symptoms including fever and other illnesses, like malaria, are treated. Some public health officials debate whether it would even have been ethical to spend time and money on Ebola when ...

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  8. Save the EucsRead the original story

    Monday Aug 3 | Santa Barbara Independent

    ... give us much needed oxygen and retard ultra violet rays; it is known that the vapor can repel mosquitoes that cause malaria. They are also home to many species of wildlife, including the monarch butterfly. And so-called progress and growth can many ...

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  9. New Malaria Vaccine Reflects The Pioneering Efforts Of Researchers From NYU Langone Medical CenterRead the original story

    Monday Aug 3 | Freshnews

    When the highly-influential European Medicines Agency announced its recommendation to approve what could be the world's first licensed vaccine against malaria in infants and children, there was much celebrating in the research community at NYU Langone Medical Center. For it was, in many respects, the culmination of the life's work of Ruth Nussenzweig and Victor Nussenzweig, the husband and wife team whose research over the past half-century against malaria has brought them international acclaim - and which contributed greatly to this latest breakthrough.

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  10. DRC: MSF has vaccinated over 287,000 children against measles in four provincesRead the original story

    Monday Aug 3 | PressReleasePoint

    ... over a wide area. The general state of health of the population is poor, and children - exposed to malnutrition , malaria , tuberculosis and respiratory infections - are particularly vulnerable. These are aggravating factors that are increasing the ...

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  11. 'Gene drives': Government science advisers expected to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 3 | The Independent

    ... benefit human health by reducing insect populations that spread human diseases, such as mosquitoes that transmit malaria, dengue, yellow fever or Lyme disease. Read more: Scientists try to genetically modify human eggs Six reasons why genetically ...

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  12. World's First Malaria Vaccine ApprovedRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2015 | Truthdig

    European regulators have given the green light to the world's first malaria vaccine. The breakthrough comes after 28 years of development, and the European Medicines Agency's decision could clear the way for a World Health Organization recommendation and the vaccine's eventual adoption in sub-Saharan Africa and beyond.

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  13. EU regulator recommends 1st license for malaria vaccineRead the original story

    Jul 25, 2015 | KFBB

    The European Medicines Agency has recommended approving what would be the world's first licensed malaria vaccine, even though it's only about 30 percent effective and its protection fades over time. In a statement Friday, the agency endorsed the vaccine's use outside Europe, a regulatory process that helps speed new medicines to the market.

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  14. Why Heat Biologics Could Soar If Trials Deliver Good ResultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2015 | Seeking Alpha

    ... potential to be applied to multiple cancer types and is even being tested for the treatment of HIV, hepatitis C and malaria. Let's look at this firm's technology before running through its clinical trials and milestone timelines. Heat Biologics' ...

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  15. Benchmarking the performance of Aquino administration, year 5Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2015 | ABS-CBN News

    ... the rapid expansion of the National Health Insurance Program, reduction in the incidence of mortality rates for malaria and tuberculosis, and increasing subsidies to the poor to obtain health care. The initiatives to increase transparency through ...

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  16. Malaria Vaccine Gets Regulatory Nod from EuropeRead the original story

    Sep 11, 2013 | Science Daily

    World Malaria Day is commemorated every year on April 25 and recognizes global efforts to control malaria. Seasonal malaria chemoprevention is a new prevention strategy for Niger.

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  17. WHO welcomes European regulators' initial green light on malaria vaccineRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2015 | Newkerala.com

    The World Health Organization on Friday welcomed a major regulatory hurdle cleared by a malaria vaccine, saying it expects to make a policy recommendation later this year on its use in the context of an overall panoply of public health tools for combatting the disease which kills one African child a minute. This is the first time ever that a malaria vaccine has gotten to the point to be reviewed by a regulatory authority, WHO spokesperson Gregory Hartl told reports in Geneva.

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  18. First 'Malaria jab' gets approvedRead the original story

    Jul 25, 2015 | Newkerala.com

    ... of the vaccine, but has assured not to make any profits from it. The vaccine has been specifically designed to fight malaria infection in children in Africa and will not be licensed for travellers.

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  19. Bill Gates in A 370,000 university grant that will fund battle against diseasesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2015 | Daily Echo

    ... to be the number one infectious killer of children under the age of five, with more deaths than HIV, TB and malaria combined. Until now, research investments in these diseases have been poorly documented and global investments are not systematically ...

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  20. WHO prequalifies improved malaria treatmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 24, 2015 | New Vision

    The World Health Organisation has prequalified a new malaria treatment that will significantly reduce the number of tablets per dose, thereby reducing the pill burden for patients, potentially improving adherence to treatment and clinical outcomes. The new treatment is an improved version of Coartem.

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