Innovation, Increased Resources, Cooperation Can Eradicate Malaria

Huffington Post: The World Health Organization’s Annual World Malaria Report
Martin Edlund, CEO of Malaria No More

“…Now is the moment to put the world on a path to eradicating malaria within a generation, a feat that would rank as one of the greatest humanitarian achievements in history. To do that we need to think differently — we need to invent a new generation of tools that puts us on offense against malaria: hypersensitive diagnostics, next-gen treatments, new vector controls. … We also need to rethink how we fund malaria. … In addition to increased resources, global government and health leaders must work together to bring an end to the ongoing Ebola epidemic in West Africa…” (12/16).

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