Nigeria: WHO Supports Borno Govt to Reach 854,000 Children Against Malaria

[Daily Trust] Maiduguri -World Health Organization (WHO) has supported the Borno State Ministry for Health to flag off the fourth circle of Malaria campaign targeting a total of 854,000 children under five years age across 7 local government areas of the state.
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Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2019, Accepted Manuscript DOI: 10.1039/C9CP02645B, PaperTao Xie, Zhixiang Wu, jinke Gu, Runyu Guo, xiao yan, Huaichuan Duan, Xinyu Liu, Wei Liu, Li Liang, Hua Wan, Yafei Luo, Dianyong Tang, Hubing Shi, Jianping Hu With the emergence of drug-resistant plasmodium falciparum, the treatment of malaria is greatly challenged, and the development of antimalarial drugs acting on new targets is extremely urgent. In plasmodium falciparum,... The content of this RSS Feed (c) The Royal Society of Chemistry
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[Monitor] In 2016, deaths caused by viral hepatitis surpassed all chronic infectious diseases, including HIV/Aids, malaria and tuberculosis, according to a Global Burden of Disease study. The prevalence of hepatitis B in Uganda stands at 4.1 per cent, which means that 1.75 million people are infected. This is according to a study carried out by the Ministry of Health in partnership with the Centre for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organisation (WHO).
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[allAfrica] Dakar -An African scientific conference this week was "a platform for this young generation to express their views about how they perceive the future of science in Africa. We will leave here with new motivations and more opportunities." - Aminata Kone
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[allAfrica] This conference "was also a platform for this young generation to express their views about how they perceive the future of science in Africa. We will leave here with new motivations and more opportunities."
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(Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine) Researchers at LSTM have taken significant steps in understanding the way that the anti-malarial drug primaquine (PQ) works, which they hope will lead to the development of new, safer and more effective treatments for malaria.
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