Malaria Jumped to Humans From Chimps, According to NG Emerging Explorer

Text by Annie Hay

A new study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences shows that scientists may have determined that the origin of the disease malaria was initially introduced to humans by chimpanzees, as reported in the Washington Post

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Photograph courtesy of Pierre Holtz, UNICEF

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