Malaria News: Increasing resistance, improved clearance times, origins and history

August 12, 2014
The malaria mosquito — female Anopheles

From the New England Journal of Medicine (July 31, 2014): "Resistance to the drug a...

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In the News: Harvard-Public Health Institute (PHI) "Twinning" students win Harvard award

June 11, 2014
Dr. Parveen Parmar and PHI-Harvard Twinning Course students studying outside on the Myanmar-Thailand border.

Congratulations to Harvard School of Public Health Twinning...

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Publication Release: Monitoring Myanmar's Health in Transition

May 15, 2014
A displaced family in eastern Myanmar, 2009

A newly-published article by CPI partners, staff and advisors in International Health & Human Rights (May 2014) provides key baseline evidence that will allow Myanmar's current government and the international community to monitor the health impact of policy changes, and to...

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World Malaria Day: April 25, 2014

April 25, 2014
627,000 people die of malaria every year. That’s 627,000 too many because malaria is preventable and treatable.
"My son died of malaria when he was age three. There was no health center near my village," says Daw Wah Wah, a mother in north...
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