Malaria : old infections, changing epidemiology
The epidemiology of malaria has always varied between different parts of the world because of widely varying vectorial capacity. Mortality from malaria can be measured from clinical records or the rise of mortality during an epidemic, but better from observing the fall of mortality during control or from the population frequency of protective host genes. Holoendemic malaria may have doubled the infant and young-child mortality rate in Africa in the recent past, but death rates have fallen...[Show more]
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