Field-Of-Study: History of Science, Technology and Economics

James C. McCann

Malaria is an infectious disease like no other.  It is a dynamic, shape-shifting force of nature that constitutes Africa’s most deadly and debilitating infectious disease.  During its historical co-evolution with humankind, malaria has evaded biomedicine’s struggles to eradicate it, or control its movement, and has mocked efforts to pursue it through single-stranded tactics: applications of

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