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The Fight Against Malaria

Hour 1: According to the World Health Organization, it infects 250 million people and kills a million of them every year. Can anything be done to stop Malaria? This hour we’ll learn about the program of one philanthropist that’s getting results with Alex Perry, Africa bureau chief for Time Magazine. His new book is “Lifeblood: How to Change the World One Dead Mosquito at a Time” (Public Affairs, 2011).

  • Tusharsirsat

    I really enjoyed the story. 
    I am trained as physician in India where we were taught to suspect any fever as symptom of malaria. 
    Many thanks to team of Think for making this amazing story. 

    Tushar

  • Tusharsirsat

    I really enjoyed the story. 
    I am trained as physician in India where we were taught to suspect any fever as symptom of malaria. 
    Many thanks to team of Think for making this amazing story. 

    Tushar

  • Tusharsirsat

    I really enjoyed the story. 
    I am trained as physician in India where we were taught to suspect any fever as symptom of malaria. 
    Many thanks to team of Think for making this amazing story. 

    Tushar

  • Anonymous

    Malaria still posts a grave danger in the third world countries…and
    lack of education is to blame for it…watch a nice video animation on
    malaria from proteinlounge..it describes the whole process nicely.thanks! ~MELODY

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