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Global health experts release new guidance on malaria elimination

...d. "The time has come to increase our support to both control and elimination efforts, as well as invest in research for new tools," said Professor awa Marie Coll-Seck, Executive Director of the RBM Partnership. "This three-pronged approach will help us achieve the goals of the Global Malaria Action P...

Thousands Sign Petition for Action on HIV/AIDS and Malaria

...eatment for all who are suffering from these two diseases and protect those who are at risk, like young children and pregnant women," said Prof. awa Marie Coll-Seck, Executive Director of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership , during ICASA. "By forming strong partnerships and joining forces on cr...

Global Health and Business Leaders Announce 36-Month Effort to Expand Malaria Control in Africa; 3.5 Million Lives Could be Saved in Five Years, Study Finds

...nt Robert B. Zoellick, UNICEF executive director Ann Veneman, and Professor awa Marie Coll-Seck, executive director of the RBM Partnership, convened in Dav...g the investment case to bring malaria under control today," said Professor awa Coll-Seck, executive director of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership. "With t...

Malaria Community Applauds Clinton's $1 Billion a Year Pledge; Invites Other Candidates to Make Malaria Commitments

..." "With powerful new tools, effective models for control, and expanded financial resources, we are poised to win the fight against malaria," said Dr awa Marie Coll-Seck, Executive Director of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership. "$1 billion a year from the U.S. government will contribute significantly to...

World Bank Group Report on Malaria in Africa Highlights Progress Towards Goal of Significantly Reducing Malaria Deaths

...o ensure results. "Now is the time for Africa and its development partners to raise our collective ambition higher than ever before," said Professor awa Marie Coll-Seck, Executive Director of the Roll Back Malaria Partnership, a coalition of countries and partners fighting malaria. "Over the next three...

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Scientists alter sexual orientation in worms

... neurons during their version of puberty, their fourth larval stage. -- Four core or basic smell-related nerve cells two named AWC and two named awa found in both males and hermaphrodites. -- Both the accessory and core neurons. The answer was that male attraction involves the combination ...

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