Sonu Jain | 06 Jul 2007 | The Indian Express
After being outlawed for almost four decades, DDT is making a comeback in the world as one of the most effective agents of malaria control — and this has translated to good business for India.
Staff Writers | 05 Jan 2007 | Sumitomo Chemical
Sumitomo Chemical's Olyset® Net has received prestigious awards from The Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose, California and the Asahi Shimbun in Japan.
Staff Writers | 29 Sep 2006 | Reuters
Swiss drugmaker Novartis AG said it had cut the price of its Coartem malaria drug by more than a third, subsidising efforts to fight the disease which kills more than a million people every year.
Paul Driessen | 15 Jan 2006 | Heartland Institute
Environmental activists are callously denying the citizens of Uganda,
where 70,000 people die every year due to malaria, the right to use DDT
to eradicate the disease, the U.S. Senate was told on September 28.
Staff Writers | 31 Dec 2005 | NDTV
Black fever or kala azar is among the biggest public health challenges in Bihar.