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Search for Better Health topic Outlines the, cause, transmission, host response, treatment, prevention and control of Malaria Syllabus dot point : 3.5 gather and process information to trace the historical development of our understanding of the cause and prevention of malaria

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Plasmodium Malaria Medicine Hexapoda Clinical medicine Mosquito Anopheles Antimalarial medication Plasmodium vivax Plasmodium knowlesi
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Plasmodium Malaria Medicine Hexapoda Clinical medicine Mosquito Anopheles Antimalarial medication Plasmodium vivax Plasmodium knowlesi
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It has become an epidemic and is cause for a global response to control the spread of the disease and treat those who have been affected. Organisations such as The World Health Organisation (WHO) and UNICEF are working with the world's top medical professionals to eradicate the disease. Cause Malaria is caused by the plasmodium parasite, which is found in the gut and salivary glands of female anopheles mosquitoes. Plasmodium falls under the protozoan family. It is a single celled, eukaryotic organism that acts as a pathogen, which can cause serious harm to a living host. When the human host has been bitten by an anopeheles and infected with plasmodium, the parasites roam in the blood before entering the liver and multiplying. They then invade and multiply in t...
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