Malaria Day: Funds dwindling after 'success'

Bold U.N. targets to eradicate malaria are likely to be missed if governments continue to cut back aid budgets due to waning political commitment, according to a report in The Lancet.
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A group of conservative U.S. doctors has sued the Food and Drug Administration for limiting use of the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19, arguing that the therapy should be made widely available to fight the pandemic.
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Authors: Kyrkoudis T, Tsoucalas G, Fiska A Abstract The choice of Dedeagatch as the place where the station of the Adrianoupolis-Constantinople railway line was to be built was the reason for the foundation of the Greek city of Alexandroupolis (originally under the Ottoman government). The population grew in its early years mainly due to the settlement by railway and construction workers. Meanwhile, poverty, poor hygiene and environmental conditions led to a series of epidemics and various sporadic cases of infections such as malaria, typhoid fever, scarlet fever and tubercolosis, infections which marked the early ...
Source: Infezioni in Medicina - Category: Infectious Diseases Tags: Infez Med Source Type: research
Cellular reproduction defines life, yet our textbook-level understanding of cell division is limited to a small number of model organisms centered around humans. The horizon on cell division variants is expanded here by advancing insights on the fascinating cell division modes found in the Apicomplexa, a key group of protozoan parasites. The Apicomplexa display remarkable variation in offspring number, whether karyokinesis follows each S/M-phase or not, and whether daughter cells bud in the cytoplasm or bud from the cortex. We find that the terminology used to describe the various manifestations of asexual apicomplexan cel...
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Several authors of a large study that raised safety concerns about malaria drugs for coronavirus patients have retracted the report
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The Lancet and New England Journal of Medicine announced Thursday that the authors of published studies on use of the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19 have retracted their findings.
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Conditions:   Plasmodium Falciparum Malaria;   Plasmodium Vivax Malaria Interventions:   Other: Household Reactive Case Detection;   Other: RACD of cases' co-workers/co-travelers;   Other: Case Management and Follow-up Sponsors:   University of California, San Francisco;   Center for Malariology, Parasitology, and Entomology;   Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine;   University of Massachusetts, Amherst;   Centers for Diseas...
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The malaria drug promoted by U.S. President Donald Trump as a treatment for COVID-19 was ineffective in preventing infection in people exposed to the coronavirus, according to a widely anticipated clinical trial released on Wednesday.
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Questions raised over study claiming drug linked to higher rate of mortality and heart problems in Covid-19 patientsSign up for Guardian Australia ’s coronavirus emailDownload the free Guardian app to get the most important news notificationsCoronavirus Australia maps and cases: live numbers and statisticsThe World Health Organization will resume clinical trials of an anti-malaria drug researchers hope may treat Covid-19, after a study of the drug published in May by a major medical journal prompted them to halt trials due to safety concerns.The paper, published in the Lancet, said hydroxychloroquine was associated w...
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(Funda ç ã o de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de S ã o Paulo) The international trade in timber, tobacco, cocoa, coffee and cotton accounts for a high proportion of malaria risk in exporter countries, according to a collaborative study by scientists in Brazil and Australia published in Nature Communications.
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Resumo El objetivo de este trabajo es presentar los principales sistemas de jerarquizaci ón que caracterizan al campo médico en México (y, por extensión, al de muchos países de Latinoamérica con condiciones similares). Adoptando el enfoque del estructuralismo genético de Bourdieu, la hipótesis es que la estructura del campo médico se corresponde con una serie de esquemas de per cepción y apreciación de sus agentes, que se basan en clasificaciones jerárquicas con base en las cuales se divide el trabajo y se distribuye el prestigio entre sus ...
Source: Ciencia e Saude Coletiva - Category: Occupational Health Source Type: research
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