"What do Jesuit priests, gin and tonics, and ancient Chinese scrolls have in common? They all show up in our animated history of malaria.
It's a story of geopolitical struggles, traditional medicine, and above all, a war of escalation between scientists and a tiny parasite. Malaria has proved to be a wily foe: Every time we think we have it backed into a corner, it somehow escapes.
Ben de la Cruz
"Danse Macabre," Camille Saint-Saëns
Paul Paray, Detroit Symphony Orchestra
Farooq U., Mahajan, R.C. (2004) Journal of Vector Borne Diseases
Mockenhaupt, F. P. (1995) Parasitology Today
Pyae Phyo et al. (2012) The Lancet
Talisun, A.O., et. al.(2004) Clinical Microbiology Reviews
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