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Malaria Vaccines Market End User, Business Growth, Prospects, Trends And Sope By 2026

Malaria Vaccines Market End User, Business Growth, Prospects, Trends And Sope By 2026

Submitted by • March 23, 2020 www.heraldkeeper.com

Malaria is a severe and widespread disease caused by a parasitic infection by protozoan Plasmodium when transmitted by various species of anopheles mosquitoes. In 2009, according to WHO, 214 Mn to 397 Mn clinical malaria cases were reported worldwide. However, high estimates of around 515 Mn clinical cases of P. falciparum were projected in 2002. Furthermore, malaria accounted for around 3% of the world’s total Disability Adjusted Life Years (DALYs) lost and around 10% in Africa alone. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are around 156 types of Plasmodium species that infect various species of vertebrates. Among the numerous plasmodium species, four are considered true parasites of humans, as they utilize humans almost exclusively as a natural intermediate host: P. falciparum, P. vivax, P. ovale and P. malariae. Over 85% of malaria mortality is due to P. falciparum. Around 90% of deaths caused by malaria in Sub-Saharan Africa is primarily due to P. falc

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