1. Alarming Spread of Malaria


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    The South East region of Asia is under infestation by a deadly drug resistant mosquito which is expected to be in India very shortly. Officials are concerned this virus could be the deadliest since the 1960s.

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    • Night of Nets: More than Just an Event


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      If you follow us, have talked with us, or know us at all, you know how close Night of Nets is to our hearts. We are proud and excited to stand behind CU's Men's and Women's basketball teams as they help raise awareness and support in helping end this completely preventable, but life threatening disease. Join us on Feb. 18th at Cornerstone University as we work to end the threat of Malaria and bring security to countless families and children around the globe.

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      • Malaria - HealthExpress


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        http://www.healthexpress.co.uk/ medical advisor, Dr Hilary Jones, supplies expert advice on the subject of malaria, outlining malaria symptoms and showing the importance of preventing infections with the right anti-malarial medication.

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        • Promotional Video - Institut Pasteur International Network - 2015


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          ‘If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” - African Proverb This Institut Pasteur International Network, anchored in France, works primarily for the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases around the world. The main campus of the private, non-profit, Institut Pasteur in Paris employs over 2,500 people of 60 different nationalities and is bolstered globally by a unique and unprecedented network of 33 non-profit Pasteur-related science research centers, spread out over five continents. Spanning over three centuries, the non-profit Institut Pasteur and its International Network serve humanity by acting as “lighthouses” of global medical research, education and training -- proactively safeguarding local, regional and global populations throughout the world by public health initiatives and surveillance and disease prevention and control. And also by bringing advanced scientific knowledge and expertise to localities, regions and countries with non-existent or crumbling public health infrastructures, to solve or prevent local and regional public health challenges, with potential global consequences. The “Institute Pasteur” was founded in Paris on June 4, 1887 to honor and celebrate the scientific and humanitarian work of legendary French scientist, Louis Pasteur. Original funding for the building and laboratories sprang forth from the hearts, minds and pockets of shoeshine boys and kings, and all others from every nationality who were inspired by the brilliant and dedicated scientist with great humility who had saved so many lives around the world by inventing a rabies vaccine to relegate to history one of the most terrorizing infectious diseases the world had ever known. They were confident that Pasteur and his team of “lieutenants” at the Institut Pasteur would usher in more vaccinations and groundbreaking discoveries that would save and improve millions of lives by preventing disease in future generations too. Grateful supporters also believed their financial support would make it possible for vulnerable people everywhere in the world to benefit from Pasteur’s vision of a disease-less society characterized by antiseptic precautions and antimicrobial and anti-viral therapies. They hoped their charitable contributions would help to save and improve the lives of many others in every corner of the globe, including pregnant mothers, newborn babies, and patients undergoing surgical operations, who were among those who most often could directly trace their very life… to Pasteur’s championing of “Germ Theory”… and life-saving sterilization procedures. Since October 2014, under the leadership of the new president of the Institut Pasteur, Dr. Christian Brechot, the Institut Pasteur and its 33-member International Network have begun a major reinvigoration of their one-of-a-kind global alliance, aimed at ushering in a new era of dynamic collaboration in the 21st century to meet the emerging public health challenges of tomorrow. If you or your company or organization would like to become a global financial supporter of the Institut Pasteur and Institut Paseur International Network, please find more information on our official websites. www.pasteurfoundation.org www.pasteur.fr/en www.fondationpasteursuisse.ch/en Join us in illuminating science and basic research for the benefit of everybody in a world where disease knows no borders, by educating and training the world’s next generation of public health scientists and researchers, and by bringing the world’s best scientists together from around the globe under the banner of the Institut Pasteur International Network, to serve humanity, and “reach for the stars” in creating a world, free of disease and suffering. The Institut Pasteur International Network

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          • Eagle Project -- Malaria Prevention in sub-Saharan Africa


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            This video summarizes the Eagle Scout Service Project of Ian Napoleon of Boy Scout Troop 96 located in Silver Spring, Maryland. This project focused on malaria prevention in Nigeria, a country in sub-Saharan Africa. Nigeria, the populous country in Africa, is severely and adversely impacted by malaria.

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            • Malaria Epidemiology by Thom Eisele


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              Malaria Epidemiology Thom Eisele, PhD Center for Applied Malaria Research and Evaluation Department of Tropical Medicine Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine New Orleans. LA USA

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              • Drug-resistant malaria a 'disaster in the making' (Second Coming Watch #546)


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                Drug-resistant malaria set to become the next global health crisis... U.S.-led coalition fighting ISIS in Syria steps up its attacks on the group’s de facto capital... Russia accuses NATO of destabilizing northern Europe, Baltics by carrying out drills there... Number of people with Ebola in west Africa has risen above 16,000... UN says more than 1,200 Iraqis were killed in November by acts of terrorism, violence... Genesis 46:2-3: "And God spake unto Israel in the visions of the night, and said, Jacob, Jacob. And he said, Here am I. And he said, I am God, the God of thy father: fear not to go down into Egypt; for I will there make of thee a great nation: I will go down with thee into Egypt; and I will also surely bring thee up again: and Joseph shall put his hand upon thine eyes." J.C. Pollock: "Millions of graves are dug every year, but it is inspiring to think that one generation of Christians will cheat the undertaker."

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                • 14 Million People


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                  Every year, over 14 million people die from infectious disease. Nearly 18 million children have been orphaned because their parents have died from HIV/AIDS. Billions of work hours are lost every year to Tuberculosis. In Kenya alone, an estimated 6 million school days are missed each year due to Malaria.

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                  • Szczepienia podróżnych


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                    Na co zaszczepić się przed podróżą do ciepłych krajów? Jakie choroby czekają na europejczyków podczas wakacji w Afryce, Ameryce Południowej i Azji? Coraz częściej wybieramy się w najdalsze zakątki świata odwiedzając kraje i miejsca, o których dwadzieścia lat temu mogliśmy tylko pomarzyć. Podróżując narażamy się na wiele chorób, zupełnie niespotykanych w Polsce. O części z nich słyszeliśmy z opowieści lub czytaliśmy w książkach, o pozostałych mówiły media lub znajomi, którzy bezpośrednio lub pośrednio zetknęli się z nimi podczas własnych wypraw. Dlatego warto dziś dobrze przygotować się przed podróżą do Afryki, Azji czy Ameryki Południowej, aby uniknąć przykrych konsekwencji poważnych zachorowań. Pamiętajmy zatem o szczepieniach, które pozwolą takich sytuacji uniknąć. Zapraszamy do filmu, w którym przybliżamy problematykę medycyny podróżnych i chorób tropikalnych. Wybierając się na wymarzone wczasy nie można dziś bowiem lekceważyć sobie takich chorób jak chociażby dur brzuszny, żółtaczka pokarmowa czy biegunka podróżnych, a to tylko wierzchołek góry lodowej.

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                    • Malaria No More International Honors 2014


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                      On November 13, Malaria No More celebrated its annual International Honors Gala at Skylight Modern in New York City. It was a fantastic night celebrating global champions in the fight against malaria, Alere and Al Jazeera America, and featuring performances from Nigerian superstar Bez and Chop and Quench.

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