by Joseph DeSisto
Both malaria and climate change are complex global problems that scientists are working hard to understand. Malaria, a mosquito-borne disease, kills roughly 600,000 people every year, mostly in Africa. 1,922 more words
the bloodsucking brigade mekkin lots o noise bout dis an dat as is to be expected
today (tuesday) they’ll be outfront GECOM continuing the hinduvta hu$tle… 217 more words
As part of research collaboration with the University of Pretoria’s Department of Veterinary Tropical Diseases, Storme has journeyed up to the Onderstepoort campus to learn some diagnostic skills and screen the Karoo predators for blood parasites. 345 more words
John Doe had come to a Colombia hospital with multiple large tumours in various parts of his bodies, when the local doctors biopsied those tumours they found cells that acted like cancer cells when it came to destruction but behaved differently otherwise. 334 more words
One of the leading nuisances affecting about 75 million people worldwide is the tapeworm.
In one of the first cases ever known, a Colombian man’s lung tumors turned out to have rapidly growing masses which weren’t actually made of human cells, but were from a tapeworm living inside him, according to a report. 288 more words