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Conquering Malaria In Africa
Joshua Allen Deaton
Michigan State University

Conquering Malaria In Africa
Malaria is the most problematic, and therefore the most important of the parasitic diseases of humans. Analysis of the effects of the acute infectious disease known as Malaria demonstrates the importance of conquering/eliminating the spreading Malaria epidemic. It is believed that the successful elimination of the malaria epidemic will be possible through numerous effective intervention stratagies, and new research and development breakthroughs. Further, decreasing the popular negative perspective of Africa that currently is still a significant cause of the discriminative exclusion and detrimental economic challenges that Africa is still currently dealing with.

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