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Still in denial over DDT

How to beat malaria, and why sportsmen are not 'role models': read Mick Hume's columns in The Times (London) this week.

Mick Hume

Mick Hume
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Tuesday 20 March

‘The hysteria surrounding the boozy antics of Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff in St Lucia demonstrates once more that those whom the sporting gods would destroy, they first make role models.’

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Friday 23 March

‘Coming soon to a bedroom near you: the Good Mosquito? Scientists are reportedly trying to engineer a genetically modified bug , with green eyes or fluorescent testicles, to combat the spread of malaria. But beating a disease that kills almost 3,000 children a day will involve swatting other green pests who put their concerns before those of Africa.’

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