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Scientists discover malaria's 'Achilles heel'

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A team of Australian scientists in Canberra are celebrating a discovery that could potentially save more than 1 million lives every year.

Dr Natalie Spillman and Professor Kiaran Kirk from the Australian National University had for years been studying how the parasite that causes malaria works.

http://www.abc.net.a...es-heel/4519684

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Now if somebody would cure my diabetes that would be cool.

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Hopefully this comes to fruition!

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Wasn't quinine a drug for malaria? If so then why is it in Tonic Water?

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another new way to poison humanity and another way to scare people as well to get another unneccessary vaccine!!!we could already cure so many diseases by eating right that includes eating no meat and eating more fruits and veggies and organic foods and drinks!!!also there are many and unlimited natural cures and remedies already provided to us by mother nature!!!but the reason we don't hear about them is because it's not in the best interest of the medical industry and there's no profit in natural safe cures bvut also because no government or etc have the right to block or own natural cures or plants and etc.its not fair and it's morally and especially illegal.nobody own nature or the planet earth.mother nature its not owned by nobody and has no onwer!!!

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