alexa The Threat of Malaria Cross-Infections in Human and Wild Primate Populations

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The Threat of Malaria Cross-Infections in Human and Wild Primate Populations

Efforts to eradicate malaria in human populations have given insufficient attention to the problem of wild primate reservoirs of the disease. Despite many decades of varied malaria control programs, malaria remains a significant health threat to human populations. According to the World Health Organization, there were over 200 million cases and approximately 650,000 deaths from malaria in 2010; in Africa, a child dies of malaria once every minute [1].

 
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