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Cancer - malaria: hidden connections

Abstract : Cancer and malaria exemplify two maladies historically assigned to separated research spaces. Cancer, on the one hand, ranks among the top priorities in the research agenda of developed countries. Its rise is mostly explained by the ageing of these populations and linked to environment and lifestyle. Malaria, on the other hand, represents a major health burden for developing countries in the Southern Hemisphere. These two diseases also belong to separate fields of medicine: non-communicable diseases for cancer and communicable diseases for malaria.
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Akpeli V. Nordor, Dominique Bellet, Geoffrey H. Siwo. Cancer - malaria: hidden connections. Open Biology, Royal Society, 2018, 8 (10), ⟨10.1098/rsob.180127⟩. ⟨hal-03292036⟩



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