Edited By: AJ Knell
100 pages, 151 figs.
Malaria is an extraordinary disease and the world's worst health problem. It kills between one and two million people annually, most of them children. Using photographs and diagrams, this book explores the biology of the parasite. It describes the successes and failures of the global malaria eradication programme and brings together information from the laboratory and the field.
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