Scientists warn that malaria can spread to the African continent when other parasites are hereditary and resistant.
According to Robert Amato of the Wewen Sanger Institute and the University of Oxford, co-chair of the study, “parasite parasites of plasma falciparum are very prevalent in Vietnam, Laos and northeast Thailand.
"This extremely powerful parasite has the potential to invade new areas and acquire new genetic features, so it can be a traumatic event when it spreads to Africa," said research group Oli Oli Metoto. He also recalled that in the 1980s, millions died in Africa as a result of resistance to the chloroquine used to treat malaria.
In many regions of Asia, the dihydroromycin-pyraquine, called DHP-PKK, has been used as a drug. May From 2007 to 2013, this drug-resistant malaria parasite spread only in Cambodia. Recent research has shown that the dependent has exceeded the limit.
Plasmodium parasites that cause malaria are transmitted by infected bugs. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) data In 2017, 220 million people were infected with malaria and 400,000 people died.
Malaria, bladder disease; Symptoms such as a cold show themselves as shaking, sweating, headaches, nausea, vomiting, muscle aches, and weakness. Early detection of malaria treatment is of great importance. However, early symptoms are similar to the common cold.