Jasten McGowan | 31 Jan 2007 | Chronicle Online
More than a million people die each year from malaria due to an outdated drug that no longer serves its purpose, but lately, Duke researches have been hard at work to reverse that trend.
Staff Writers | 31 Jan 2007 | eMaxHealth.com
Physicists in the UK have shared their computers with biologists from countries including France and Korea in an effort to combat the disease.
Crucell | 26 Jan 2007 | Cordis News
A network of European researchers has been awarded EUR 2.4 million by the EU to take forward research into a malaria vaccine.
Tan Ee Lyn | 17 Jan 2007 | Reuters
Nigeria is in the final stages of passing a law that will allow local drugmakers to produce more life-saving medicines for its people to fight malaria and HIV/AIDS, a top official said.
Associated Press | 17 Jan 2007 | Forbes
GenVec Inc. said Wednesday it plans to run a clinical study on an experimental malaria vaccine.
Staff Writers | 03 Jan 2007 | Medindia.com
A compound derived from the bark of a tree could help prevent malaria at the early stage of its infection, says a new study.
Linda Young | 21 Dec 2006 | All Headline News
Researchers say a new discovery could lead to a safer pesticide to kill mosquitoes and save many of the 3,000 children killed by malaria every day in Sub Saharan Africa.
Staff Writers | 19 Dec 2006 | Agence France Presse
A new malaria vaccine candidate tested in mice could potentially mitigate the spread of malaria.
Staff Writers | 19 Dec 2006 | BBC News
Researchers are developing a malaria vaccine which blocks development of the disease-causing parasite while it is still inside the mosquito.