Malaria caught on camera breaking and entering cell

What an ugly cell.

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1. ranger98 3 years ago

Going to get myself vaccinated first thing tomorrow morning.

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2. OneShot 3 years ago

Iv got goose bumps and am completely horrified I cant imagine what id do if I knew this was going on inside my body. Full sympathy to all who were unfortunate enough to be infected.

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3. zerorain 3 years ago

Pretty aggressive little things.

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4. thejackel 3 years ago

its like pacman :D
but really bad for you

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5. FatHorse 3 years ago

#1 unfortunately you can't get vaccinated in the common sense of the word like you get a vaccin for tetanus...

You have to take Malarone as a pill everyday during the entire stay into any "danger area" you visit... Even then, it's not 100%, it's not cheap, and has side effects... :S

I'm afraid Malaria is a tricky bastard... :|

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6. AstonMartin 3 years ago

OMG Caught on Camera :O

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7. Usdevildoggmc 3 years ago

Wonder if it was man-made in a lab like the aids virus.....

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8. peacinu 3 years ago

#1 Don't worry, as long as you don't live/visit Africa, you're safe. Sort of...

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9. dredawg 3 years ago

Cells are Bad. My uncle lives in a cell. Its 10'x12' and he has to read the same old magazines every day.

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10. stretchpadawan 3 years ago

Much grosser than i thought it would be...

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11. c0mmanderKeen 3 years ago

#7 Love conspiracy theories :D

yet this one is 100% not man made for sure as it actually has remnants of chloroplast cell organelles which puts it into relation to PLANT like protozoa ! :O amazing stuff, microbiology :)

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12. Fergus_Thedog 3 years ago

#7 - Nah, this one was created by reptilian aliens who live inside the Earth, which is actually hollow. :P

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13. makbeth 3 years ago

...And the worst part is you can catch it from the vaccination. I got a mild dose years ago when I was undergoing the treatment before a holiday and my mother got it very bad.
Its a very malicious little parasite, and you can never become immune(you can only become more tolerant).

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14. dragonon 3 years ago

LEAVEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE HIM ALOOOOOOONEEEEEEE

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15. Sramos 3 years ago

"Hey,you hear that? sounds like party,lets go in. Partyyyyyyyyyy" :D

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16. Nazsturner 3 years ago

That was really amazing to see

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17. FatHorse 3 years ago

btw #13 you CAN'T get it from vaccination... Vaccines are inactive....

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18. sartre 1 year ago

#8 - while we don't have malaria in Europe (well, very marginally in E. Europe), we do have the spread of the Asian tiger mosquito to consider. This lovely little insect transmits West Nile fever, dengue fever, Chikungunya disease and yellow fever, among other diseases. It's reached the South of France already and is adapting to the cooler European climate. And it's spreading.... :O