This is the last of four separate treatises on malaria published by Laveran. In it, he summarizes the long history of the study of malaria, fully describes his own discovery of the malaria parasite as well as its mosquito carrier, and places considerable emphasis on the importance and necessity of draining marshes and stagnant bodies of water.
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