Scientists optimistic on malaria battle

05/23/2007 | Forbes

The battle against malaria is advancing, with drugs and better care showing promising signs of being able to tackle the disease that kills some 1 million people every year, scientists report. Reasons for optimism, U.S. researchers said, include a trial in Uganda that showed the timely use of key drug combinations went a long way in protecting at-risk children.

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