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Mon April 30, 2012
Infectious hope: When getting malaria makes sense
By Cyan James, Humanosphere correspondent
Despite the potential annoyances—hours spent being screened , frequent health checks, irritating bites, painful twice-daily blood draws for weeks, not to mention the slamming headaches and vicious chills of malaria itself—people like Rasberry say being a malaria trials volunteer is worth it.