Malaria: progress, perils, and prospects for eradication.

  title={Malaria: progress, perils, and prospects for eradication.},
  author={Brian Greenwood and David A. Fidock and Dennis E. Kyle and Stefan H. I. Kappe and Pedro Luis Chas Alonso and Frank H. Collins and Patrick E Duffy},
  journal={The Journal of clinical investigation},
  volume={118 4},
There are still approximately 500 million cases of malaria and 1 million deaths from malaria each year. Yet recently, malaria incidence has been dramatically reduced in some parts of Africa by increasing deployment of anti-mosquito measures and new artemisinin-containing treatments, prompting renewed calls for global eradication. However, treatment and mosquito control currently depend on too few compounds and thus are vulnerable to the emergence of compound-resistant parasites and mosquitoes… CONTINUE READING
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