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Commonwealth leaders commit $4.1b to halve malaria by 2023
In the culmination of a week of focus on a disease at a crossroads, the 53 leaders of Commonwealth nations committed to halve the burden of malaria across the Commonwealth within five years.
World Malaria Day 2018:  Are you ‘ready to beat Malaria’ this year?
World Malaria Day is observed on April 25 every year to recognize the global effort to control malaria and also to spread awareness about the around the world.
Gates backs gene technologies in fight to end malaria
Gene-editing technologies that alter mosquitoes’ DNA could prove critical in the fight against malaria, Bill Gates said on Wednesday, and ethical concerns should not block progress in such gene-modifying research.
Toothpaste ingredient can fight malaria
Research carried out in part by an artificially-intelligent (AI) 'robot scientist' has found that a common ingredient of toothpaste could be developed to fight drug-resistant strains of malaria.
Anti-malaria drug shows promise as Zika treatment (Video)
A new collaborative study led by researchers at Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute (SBP) and University of California (UC) San Diego School of Medicine has found that a medication used to prevent and treat malaria may also be effective for Zika virus.
Iran's 'Malaria' wins two awards at Russian fest
Iranian feature film titled 'Malaria', co-directed by Parviz Shahbazi and Masoud Radaei, won two prizes at at the 10th International Film Festival 'East&West', in Orenburg, Russia.
Study: Malaria drug protects fetus against Zika
Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine found that a drug used to treat malaria may protect fetuses from the Zika virus.
Natural resistance to malaria linked to variation in human red blood cell receptors
Researchers have discovered that protection from the most severe form of malaria is linked with natural variation in human red blood cell genes.
Malaria still plagues American travelers
US public health officials declared victory over malaria in 1951, but the mosquito-borne disease continues to infect and kill American travelers, a new study shows.
Malaria kills 150 in Zimbabwe after heavy rains
At least 150 people have died of malaria in Zimbabwe over the past two months, with nearly 90,000 infections recorded, a government official said Monday, blaming the upsurge on intense rains.
700 dead, 1.8 million infected with Malaria in Burundi
Malaria has killed hundreds of people and infected close to two million in Burundi as the government struggles to contain a rising epidemic.
Malaria is a major cause of low birth weight babies
Australian scientists have identified the mechanism linking malaria in pregnancy to low birth weight babies.
Scientists discover link between malaria and low birth weight babies
Australian scientists have identified the mechanism linking malaria in pregnancy to low birth weight babies.
Study shows anemia may protect children against malaria in Africa
Researchers at the University of North Carolina have found that anemia may protect against malaria in a new study of African children.
Malaria drugs' complete failure tracked
Scientists have developed a way to track the spread of a dangerous form of malaria that cannot be treated with the main therapy.

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