Tanzania: Drop in malaria in Africa raises questions

United Press International: The incidence of malaria in many African countries south of the Sahara is falling rapidly but Danish and Tanzanian researchers say they don't know why. The mosquito carrying the malaria parasite has practically disappeared from many villages without organized mosquito control, but it is not known whether malaria is truly being eradicated or just in a lull before returning with renewed vigor, a University of Copenhagen release said Thursday. "Many of our fellow malaria researchers think that......

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