We can turn the tide in the fight against malaria – but we must act now
the Guardian -

After 15 years of success, the battle to eradicate the disease has stalled. This month’s Commonwealth leaders’ meeting is a window of opportunity

On the long road to eliminating any disease, there are key moments that emerge as turning points. They can often be identified only in hindsight. For malaria, a disease that has ravaged the globe for centuries, one such moment came in September 2000, when leaders from 189 countries gathered in New York to adopt the eight Millennium Development...

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