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U of M researchers find cerebral malaria may be a major cause of brain injury in African children

...n, causing fever, vomiting, chills, and coma. "Children with cerebral malaria recover quite dramatically if they survive the period of coma," said chandy John, M.D., associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Minnesota and principal investigator of the study. "But before this study, no one h...

Kerala Ready to Invite WHO to Study Fever Outbreak

... be undertaken because there were conflicting reports about the illness. So far 173 people have died in the outbreak. Opposition leader Oommen chandy claims 562 people have died. Last year, a similar outbreak claimed more than 150 lives. Sreemathi added that the director general of the Indi...

Chandy Undergoes Surgery In Switzerland

...(WEF), with the object of promoting his state as an investment destination. chandy is reported to be recovering well after the surgery, even though he will ha... Officiating Chief Minister Vakkom Purushothaman also told reporters that chandy did not want any minister to fly out to Davos to meet him. Chandy's daughte...

Reports of Hantavirus infection in India raise concerns

...nce of hantavirus infection in the human population of India presenting both as asymptomatic and symptomatic infections, a team of scientists led by S chandy from the Department of Clinical Virology, Christian Medical College (CMC), Vellore, who carried out the study, said. The report is the first of it...
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