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Dear Tu Youyou, use your Nobel Prize to combat the single worst practice of traditional Chinese medicine
Dear Professor Tu Youyou,
My heartiest congratulations to you on being awarded this year’s Nobel Prize in medicine.
It is a rare achievement. To get there, you answered a call from your country’s leader in time of war. 654 kata lagi
BY CONSTANCE CASEY
Artemisia annua, a common roadside weed, is one of the humblest of the several hundred Artemisia species found all around the world. It’s dull and ragged, but it is instrumental in bringing a Chinese scientist to Stockholm to receive a… 173 kata lagi
Hello all you lovely people out there!
Today I wanted to share an article about Dr. Youyou Tu. She is a recent recipient of the Nobel Prize in Medicine for her life’s work on malaria in Africa and Asia. 71 kata lagi
“In China, she refers to herself as the professor of ‘the three nos’ — no post-grad degree, no experience working abroad, no membership in the Chinese academy of sciences,” says science writer Phil McKenna. 102 kata lagi
Invasive weed threatens to boost malaria
An invasive weed may worsen the malaria epidemic in East Africa by sustaining the mosquitoes that transmit the disease, a study says. 467 kata lagi
More Than 1 Million Malaria Cases Per Year Due to African Dams, Study Finds
I didn’t feel well during my visit to India’s Narmada Valley, where the Sardar Sarovar Dam was flooding the homes of poor farmers, in 2001. 530 kata lagi