Seattle-Based Scientists, Groups Developing Malaria Prevention, Treatment Innovations

Thomson Reuters Foundation: From gene editing to death traps, Seattle scientists innovate in race to end malaria
“…To combat rising resistance, Seattle’s malaria-fighting community is developing innovations ranging from data modeling and genetic modification to single-dose drugs and sugar traps. But malaria spending, which rose to $2.7 billion annually in 2015 from $130 million in 2000, must double over the next decade to ensure new solutions outpace drug and insecticide resistance in the push to achieve global eradication by 2040, experts say…” (Guilbert, 10/31).

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