Malaria continues to be a global challenge to population health, and the scale of the problem is driven by a lack of trained personnel and equipment… Read more »
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Evidence of shared immunodominance between Plasmodium falciparum and SARS-CoV-2 may explain low COVID-19 incidence in the malaria-endemic belt of… Read more »
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The prospect of eliminating a parasitic disease afflicting humans took a leap forward in 2020, despite restrictions caused by a… Read more »
Ending Neglected Tropical Diseases. The launch of the World Health Organization new road map to 2030.
Yesterday the World Health Organization launched a new road map to prevent, control, eliminate and eradicate a set of 20 diseases,… Read more »
Our findings suggest that parasites can be transmitted by younger mosquitoes, with potential consequences for increased malaria… Read more »
We would like to start the new year with good news - there has been great progress towards targets of eliminating soil-transmitted… Read more »
The micropolitics of healthcare, primary care in the midst of the opioid epidemic, contaminated wooly mammoth DNA, and more.
Researchers from the UK and Senegal assessed the reliability of facial cleanliness indicators used to measure a key component of… Read more »
Investigating the importance of the Schistosome digestive tract in host immune evasion, parasite survival and novel vaccine development
An investigation into schistosome digestive tract development reveals that the oesophageal gland, a site of protein secretion and… Read more »
In this study, researchers explored the benefits and outcomes of different treatment strategies in reducing schistosomiasis in… Read more »