In their second post honoring World Malaria Day, Kasturi Haldar, Editor-in-Chief of PLOS Pathogens, and Margaret Phillips comment on the challenges for drug development and the path to malaria control, elimination and eradication. For additional
This Week in PLOS Medicine: Malaria in Pregnancy, Pre-clinical Animal Research, NCDs & the Development Agenda, & More
This week PLOS Medicine publishes the following new articles: Malaria in pregnancy is responsible for the deaths of about 200,000 newborn babies and 10,000 women every year and can cause miscarriage and preterm delivery, despite
This Week in PLOS Medicine: Inflammation Links Social Adversity & Diabetes, New Diagnostic for Sepsis, Fake Meds, & More
This week PLOS Medicine publishes the following new articles: Diabetes is strongly associated with socioeconomic status: low income, low education, and low occupational status are all linked to a higher risk for type 2 diabetes.
This Week in PLOS Medicine: Iron Supplements during Pregnancy; Male-Male Consensual Sex, Sexual Violence, & HIV in South Africa; & Malaria Surveillance
This week PLOS Medicine publishes the following new articles: Compared to twice weekly iron supplements, daily iron supplements for pregnant women do not provide any benefits in birth weight or improved infant growth, according to