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Chemical offers new hope of finding treatments for neglected tropical diseases

Scientists say they are a step closer to developing a drug to kill the trypanosome parasite that causes human African trypanosomiasis, otherwise known as sleeping sickness, paving the way for a potential cure.

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New Hope for a Neglected Disease

Two Cummings School researchers studying schistosomiasis find molecules that may hold the key to a cure

Malnutrition linked with increased risk of Zika birth defects

The severity of Zika virus-related deformations in babies has been shown to be affected by environmental…

Study reveals breastfeeding could protect babies from malaria

esearchers from The University of Western Australia have taken the first step towards understanding whether it…

ZIKA EPIDEMIC LIKELY SUPPRESSED DENGUE IN LATIN AMERICA

New findings published today in Nature Communications show that the Zika virus epidemic in Latin America…

Scientists now know how Zika and dengue viruses assemble inside host, will improve vaccine and antiviral efforts

On how the dengue and Zika viruses assemble when they infect human and mosquito hosts.

Editing mosquito’s gene wards off malaria and halts reproduction

Scientists have looked for immune system factors that might help mosquitoes ward off pathogens such as…

Tiny Creature Could Help Prevent Devastating Parasitic Disease

Scientists have discovered and purified a substance made by rotifers that can paralyze the worms that…

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