Guest editor prof james beeson malaria is present in over 100 countries worldwide including large areas of south america africa and southeast asia and it is estimated that over 40 of the worlds population is at risk of infection. On world malaria day we report on a resurgence of the disease in venezuela the challenge to get reliable data on its spread and the latest on gene editing technology that could suppress carrier . Henry t greely is director of the center for law and the biosciences at stanford university he is the author of the end of sex and the future of human reproduction february 5 in 2018 about . Progress is being made in the fight against malaria a preventable disease but it is still a major challenge the who states that 32 billion people remain at risk. The latest tweets from syngenta combating malaria syngentamalaria helping people stay safe combating malaria and saving peoples livelihoods basel switzerland
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