Malaria thrives in weaker immune systems, study finds

07/9/2013 | ScienceMag.org

Scientists studying malaria-infected mice with weak immune systems found that the parasite became more aggressive over time, suggesting parasites thrive and mature faster in a weak immune system. The research findings could help doctors understand and combat parasites and infections in patients with HIV, organ transplants and those with autoimmune diseases.

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