Deadly combination


By Nell Boyce in Atlanta BABIES whose mothers have both HIV and malaria are more at risk from malaria than if their mother had malaria alone. HIV seems to weaken the protection against malaria that mothers would otherwise transfer to their children. Health researchers warn that the interaction between these two major threats to health will complicate efforts to fight both diseases in sub-Saharan Africa. “Mothers, when they become pregnant, suddenly get horribly susceptible to malaria. It’s a very big question as to why,
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