Preparing for the inevitable: drug resistant malaria

As parasite populations evolve and develop the new gene variants needed to evade current malaria drugs, scientists are faced with the pressing problem of figuring out how to deal with the disease once our current drugs no longer do the job.

Scientists and officials from all over the world weigh in on the problems and potential solutions.

Read the full article here: Preparing for the inevitable: how do we tackle drug resistant malaria?

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