Reply to: 1st Malaria World Congress: 1-5 July 2018, Australia
We, at Jimma University, are working on Malaria for several years in Ethiopia. Although we had disseminated our results at various forums particularly in Africa. But there is a need to have holistic approach scientists coming together from the world and practitioners working on malaria. I am hopeful 1st Malaria World Congress will bring this in reality. Keep informed about the sessions and various programs to be organized and thought of.
I am ready to serve in any capacity particularly on Scientific Committee for Social Sciences and Behavioural aspects related to Malaria.
Reply to: Vitamin C and malaria: beware!
Pls someone help me out here. If i eat foods rich in vitamin c, sweet potatoes or plantains for instance,do they have d same effect on d malaria drugs as taking vitamin c supplement?A lot of our foods contain vitamin c what can be done especially when it comes to feeding children down with malaria.
Reply to: Breaking news from clinical trials with Artemisia plants
The last depends on suppositions and safeguards which have in the interim been settled. The substance of dry leaves is steady for no less than 3 years, even up to 10 when put away in a dry and ventilated place Goog. Artemisia annua imbuements or cases with powdered leaves don't prompt protection, they even can defeat protection incited by ACTs, as exhibited by Pamela Weathers in the US.
Reply to: Guest editorial: “End Malaria for Good”- a few key messages based on the Cambodian experience
Thank you for updating the information. Glad to find it.
Reply to: Course: Biology of Vector-borne Diseases - six-day course
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