The buzz on Malaria

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participants: chris curtis, professor of medical entomology at the london school of tropical medicine & hygiene, london; nirbhay kumar, professor at school of hygiene and public health, john hopkins university, usa; rob ridley, coordinator of product research and development, world health organisation, geneva;

p v venugopal, director (international operations) medicines for malaria venture, geneva/india

chris curtis (cc): To start with, India is facing a severe problem due to malaria. During the 1930s, the country was able to control the disease to a great extent. But everything is now back to square one because of laxity in control measures.

rob ridley (rr): Yes. The failure is reflected in