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  • noun Plural form of malariologist.

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  • Other economists and malariologists have not been so certain.

    Scourge of Humankind

  • Most malariologists agree that malaria cannot be eliminated without a vaccine.

    Scourge of Humankind

  • Back in the 1930s, thoughtful malariologists such as S.P.

    Scourge of Humankind

  • β€œIt is generally agreed among malariologists that agricultural insecticides have made a contribution to selection for insecticide resistance in mosquitoes and that such resistance has made a contribution to the resurgence of malaria in Central America and South Asia.”

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  • In league with other malariologists, he convinced the World Health Organization WHO to establish a Global Malaria Eradication Programme, with the goal of killing mosquitos in every nation.

    Diffusion of Innovations

  • In league with other malariologists, he convinced the World Health Organization WHO to establish a Global Malaria Eradication Programme, with the goal of killing mosquitos in every nation.

    Diffusion of Innovations

  • DDT similarly inspired Rockefeller Foundation malariologists to ratchet up their own battles against malarial mosquitoes.

    Gizmodo

  • Some Chinese and Western malariologists were outraged.

    The Seattle Times

  • Last year, the rebellion was crushed, and malariologists hoped the new national reconciliation policy would lead to eradication.

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  • But previous surveys of ape malaria - which go back as far as 1907 - have had obvious flaws, several malariologists said.

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