Treating Malaria

This week, we continue our insight into Malaria to discover a new drug that could replace current drug quinine, to become the standard treatment to treat the disease. We also hear...
19 November 2010
Presented by Meera Senthilingam

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The Anopheles gambiae mosquito, a key vector in the transmission of malaria to humans.

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This week, we continue our insight into Malaria to discover a new drug that could replace current drug quinine, to become the standard treatment to treat the disease. We also hear how happiness can be found here and now, why children tire so quickly when walking and how Earth became oxygenated 400,000 years earlier than we thought. Plus, we discover how many bees it takes to boil a human, in Question of the week!

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