Malaria affects the lives of hundreds of millions of people around the World, especially in Africa. Roundworm parasites infect millions of people living in the poorest countries in the World. The roundworm parasites cause river blindness and elephantiasis.
River blindness, an eye and skin disease that ultimately leads to blindness, has affected millions of the people in Africa. Elephantiasis, also known as lymphatic filariasis, causes painful swelling of the limbs. Both of these diseases are on the verge of extinction.
Malaria is in control, thanks to the research by a Chinese woman, Professor Youyou Tu. Professor Youyou Tu graduated in the 1960s fromAdd a comment