Global Health TV Posts Address Malaria Drug Resistance, Cervical Cancer In Low, Middle-Income Countries

Global Health TV: Combating Drug Resistance in Malaria, Though Preventable; Cervical Cancer Causes Half Million Cases Per Year
Recent Global Health TV posts include a video interview with Dr. Leann Tilley of the University of Melbourne discussing how scientific advances, specifically those within biophysics, “can help understand and predict the behavior of malaria parasite within the human body,” in an effort to address drug resistance, and an article examining cervical cancer and prevention efforts in low- and middle-income countries (February 2017).

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