Mosquitoes Get Malaria, Too
New Antimalarial Compound Raises Hopes of Eradication
By Anette Breindl
Thursday, March 21, 2013
Researchers have developed a new drug that fights the malaria parasite at multiple stages in its life cycle, and in both of its hosts the human and the mosquito raising hopes that if the compound makes it through clinical development, it could ultimately hound the parasite out of existence.
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