Gates Foundation Blog Post, New Video Examine History Of Malaria Control Efforts, More Recent Efforts To Accelerate Progress

Gates Foundation’s “The Optimist”: How do you solve a problem like malaria?
Mark Honigsbaum, author, medical historian, and lecturer, discusses the history of malaria control efforts around the world, including the organizations, programs, and funding mechanisms developed in recent decades to accelerate efforts. The blog post also introduces a new series, titled Sick History. In the first episode, featured in this blog, Dr. Jennifer Gardy discusses the history and prevention of malaria (11/12).

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