28 year old Deepak works in an ad agency in Mumbai. One fine Sunday morning he complained of headache, severe body ache.
He also said that he had nausea and vomiting. He could barely rise up from bed.
He recorded a
A third of all malaria drugs used across the globe could be fakes. Researchers checked 1,500 samples of seven different drugs in seven different South East Asian countries say that that poor quality and fake tablets are causing
Ranbaxy laboratories today launched a new antimalarial drug, Synriam to treat malaria caused by plasmodium falciparum parasite. The drug will treat uncomplicated malaria. The research, which took place for nine years, was partly
On the eve of World Malaria Day 2012, WHO hails global progress in combating malaria but highlights the need to further reinforce the fight. WHO’s new initiative, T3: Test, Treat, Track, urges malaria-endemic countries and
A sum of $3.2 billion is needed to finance the fight against malaria by 2015 in Africa, the source of 90 percent malaria cases in the world, a special representative for a global framework against malaria said here
Drug resistance, financial constraints and inadequate public awareness threaten to reverse the gains achieved in malaria control in the past decade, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said Monday, seeking more funds to control