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14 Aug 2007
A native Kenyan fish could be used to help fight the spread of malaria, according to researchers.
8 Aug 2007
Scientists believe a link observed between sunspots and heavy rainfall can be used to predict disease outbreaks in East Africa.
Scientists say their findings on why many people with tuberculosis (TB) fail to complete their drug regimens could help design better medication regimens and patient support systems, improving treatment outcomes.
30 Jul 2007
Clinical trials of a new tuberculosis vaccine have begun in the Gambia and South Africa, announced UK funding body the Wellcome Trust last week (28 July).
26 Jul 2007
Chinese scientists have identified a group of proteins that may help the schistosomiasis parasite survive host attacks.
24 Jul 2007
Experts have warned of an impending catastrophe if critical gaps in the research and management of HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis are not urgently closed.
16 Jul 2007
Empowering farmers to reduce mosquito populations and to use less pesticide will reduce malaria and other vector-borne diseases, according to a research paper published in the Bulletin of the World Health Organization (WHO) this month (July).
11 Jul 2007
Scientists have announced the success of a biological, pesticide-free method in eradicating the highly invasive water hyacinth from Africa's waterways.
9 Jul 2007
A study has shown that using insecticide-treated bednets to protect around half of older children and adults from malaria also protects more vulnerable groups such as children and pregnant women.
26 Jun 2007
The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced a new two-year, US$2.15 billion plan to prevent, treat and control drug-resistant tuberculosis.
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