Reply to: Artemisia et Paludisme: la santé entre les mains des Africains
Thank you Pierre for this and other commmon sense articales I have seen with your name.
I believe Artemisia A3 could save much suffering and millions of dollars is the treatment of many diseases. See www.bye-bye- malaria.org.
It has been a major factor in almost eliminating malaria in Mizoram NE India. firstname.lastname@example.org
Reply to: WHO: Malaria vaccine pilot launched in Malawi
In Mizoram NE India malaria has been almost eliminated with Artemisia A3 being a major factor. This herb has also proved extremely useful in treating other diseases including HIV Cancer and Asthma. It can be grown anywhere you can grow garlic and corn. It is much more effective than the vaccine and virtually free if you grow your own. see www.bye-bye-malaria.org or email email@example.com
Reply to: Insecticides, bednets and medicines may slow malaria down, but real progress requires a more holistic approach
Fredos, Congratulations for this really great article!I really enjoyed this innovative way to explain things.Best,Etienne
Reply to: Seven misconceptions about malaria prevention
Travelling and working for many years in several parts of Africa, I have heard those viewpoints several times, in the bars, by the camp fire, at the embassies, etc. I have also observed that some of those poeple later have had malaria, and I have personally witnessed several deaths due to malaria indirectly caused of those misbelieves. The question is if you chose to believe or disbelieve in all evidence available, achieved during scinetific research during years. If you choose to use your engineer logic part of your brain, convincing, serious research tells us:
Sleeping under impregnated bednets protects againts the anopheles bites during the night.
The mosquitos have changed biting habits, their feeding time starts at dusk and ends at dawn, it is not correct as said at midnight.
Drug prophylaxis has it sides effects yes, but the side effect of not taking it may be ending up at the grave yard. They do not give 100% protection, but they give us medical doctors time to give you effective treatment before the parasite kills you.
Stop spreading those lies, young unexperienced people may listen to you and end up seriuosly ill, life long handicapped with brain damage after cerebral malaria or die.
Yes, agree, use your brain and listen to the evidence we have.
Reply to: Long-lasting insecticidal nets and indoor residual spraying may not be sufficient to eliminate malaria in a low malaria incidence area: results from a cluster randomized controlled trial in Ethiopia
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