Putting Malaria Bugs Back On The Defensive
Malaria ravages the developing world: Across Africa, Asia, and Latin America, some 500 million people suffer from it--and 2 million of them, mainly children, die each year. Things have gotten worse in the past decade, as the malaria parasite has developed resistance to chloroquine, the standard drug used to treat the disease.
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