Is malaria eradication naïve folly or an immediate priority? Malariologists disagree. Peter Agre, director of the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute, is cautiously optimistic, but he says that we must first score significant successes in malaria control before talking about eradication.
Comparing malaria transmission and clinical cases in three very different sites in southern Africa may yield critical new insights for future malaria control efforts in Africa, says Peter Agre, JHMRI director and Nobel laureate.
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