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Assessment of Epidemiological Trends of Malaria

For centuries, malaria has outranked warfare as a source of human suffering. It affects more than 489 million people worldwide every year and more than 1 million people die of malaria annually, thus making it a threat to human life. Africa is the most affected continent with more than 90% of all malaria cases worldwide because of the combination of factors such as climate, mosquito vector, malaria parasite and poverty which combine to bear a negative impact on human health and retards development. Malaria disease slows economic growth by 1.3% per year translating into US $ 12 billion annual GDP loss across sub-Saharan Africa.

Citation: Kalubula M, Li XF, Liu Q, Song GR (2015) An Assessment of Epidemiological Trends of Malaria in Lusaka Province of Zambia, 2009-2013.

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