Reuters

04/28/2017 Malaria, wiped out in U.S., still plagues American Travelers

This article reported on a study in AJTMH that found that malaria sickens thousands of Americans and leads to millions of dollars in healthcare costs each year.

Nature

04/26/2017 US malaria cases

This article reported on a study in AJTMH that found that malaria sickens thousands of Americans and leads to millions of dollars in healthcare costs each year.

Voice of America

04/25/2017 De Capua - Malaria - US 4 - 25 - 17

This audio clip is from a radio newscast about a study in AJTMH that found that malaria sickens thousands of Americans and leads to millions of dollars in healthcare costs each year.

HealthDay

04/24/2017 Travelers Bring Malaria Back to U.S., With High Costs

This article reported on a study in AJTMH that found that malaria sickens thousands of Americans and leads to millions of dollars in healthcare costs each year.

NPR

04/24/2017 Malaria Wiped Out In U.S. But Still Plagues U.S. Hospitals

This article reported on a study in AJTMH that found that malaria sickens thousands of Americans and leads to millions of dollars in healthcare costs each year.

The New York Times

04/24/2017 Fatal Malaria in the U.S. More Common Than Previously Known

This article reported on a study in AJTMH that found that malaria sickens thousands of Americans and leads to millions of dollars in healthcare costs each year.

ABC News

04/24/2017 Malaria patients number more than 1,000 in US hospitals each year

This article reported on a study in AJTMH that found that malaria sickens thousands of Americans and leads to millions of dollars in healthcare costs each year.

The Guardian

04/20/2017 Health push in Uganda after mystery disease turns out to be 'mossy foot'

This article reported that findings in a study on podoconiosis published recently in the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene resulted in a public health campaign in western Uganda.

CNN.com

04/18/2017 Winning the war against ancient diseases

In this online article, Council Julie Jacobson, MD, is interviewed about neglected tropical diseases.

Newsweek

04/11/2017 Uganda: Mystery ‘Surge’ in Elephantiasis Caused by Walking Barefoot on Volcanic Soil

This article reported on a new study about podoconiosis appearing in the April 2017 issue of the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.

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