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'''Malariotherapy''' is a [[physical treatment method]] involving the deliberate infection of a person with [[malaria]] in order to treat ailments such as [[cancer]], [[Lyme disease]] and (more {{as of | 2008 | alt= recently}}) [[HIV]]. {{As of | 2009}} the treatments have proven unsuccessful, and have attracted criticism as both scientifically unsound and dangerous.<ref name = TNR>{{cite news | date = 2007-04-23 | publisher = [[The New Republic]] | first = Jason | last = Zengerle | title = The Choke Artist | pages = 23–36 }}</ref> The United States [[Food and Drug Administration]] and [[Centers for Disease Control and Prevention]] have rejected malariotherapy and, along with health professionals and advocates for human rights, consider the practice "atrocious".<ref>{{cite news | url = http://www.enquirer.com/editions/2003/02/16/loc_heimlich16.html | title = Scientists linked to Heimlich investigated: Experiment infects AIDS patients in China with malaria | last = Anglen | first = Robert | publisher = ''[[The Cincinnati Enquirer]]'' | date = 2003-02-16 | accessdate = 2008-01-27 }}</ref><ref name = LAT>{{cite news | url = http://www.bioethicswatch.org/foia/media1.htm | title = Heimlich's Audacious Maneuver | publisher = ''[[Los Angeles Times]]'' | date = 1994-10-30 | accessdate = 2008-01-27 }}</ref>
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'''Malariotherapy''' is a [[physical treatment method]] involving the deliberate infection of a person with [[malaria]] in order to treat ailments such as [[General paresis]], [[cancer]], [[Lyme disease]] and recently [[HIV]]. The treatments have generally proven unsuccessful, and have attracted criticism as both scientifically unsound and dangerous.<ref name = TNR>{{cite news | date = 2007-04-23 | publisher = [[The New Republic]] | first = Jason | last = Zengerle | title = The Choke Artist | pages = 23–36 }}</ref> The United States [[Food and Drug Administration]] and [[Centers for Disease Control and Prevention]] have rejected malariotherapy and, along with health professionals and advocates for human rights, consider the practice "atrocious".<ref>{{cite news | url = http://www.enquirer.com/editions/2003/02/16/loc_heimlich16.html | title = Scientists linked to Heimlich investigated: Experiment infects AIDS patients in China with malaria | last = Anglen | first = Robert | publisher = ''[[The Cincinnati Enquirer]]'' | date = 2003-02-16 | accessdate = 2008-01-27 }}</ref><ref name = LAT>{{cite news | url = http://www.bioethicswatch.org/foia/media1.htm | title = Heimlich's Audacious Maneuver | publisher = ''[[Los Angeles Times]]'' | date = 1994-10-30 | accessdate = 2008-01-27 }}</ref>
   
 
[[Ernst Sträussler]] with neurologist [[Georg N. Koskinas|Georg Koskinas]] (1885-1975) performed important studies involving malaria therapy as a type of [[physical treatment]] for [[general paresis of the insane|dementia paralytica]]]].<ref>Sträussler, E., Koskinas, G. (1923) Über den Einfluß der Malariabehandlung der progressiven Paralyse auf den histologischen Prozeß. ''Wiener Medizinische Wochenschrift 73:'' 783-787.</ref><ref>Sträussler, E., Koskinas, G. (1925) Weitere Untersuchungen über den Einfluß der Malariabehandlung der progressiven Paralyse auf den histopathologischen Prozeß. ''Zeitschrift für die Gesamte Neurologie und Psychiatrie 97:'' 176-191.</ref><ref>Sträussler, E., Koskinas, G. (1926) Über „kolloide“, „hyaline“ Degeneration und über „Koagulationsnekrose“ im Gehirn. ''Zeitschrift für die Gesamte Neurologie und Psychiatrie 100:'' 344-374.</ref><ref>Sträussler, E., Koskinas, G. (1926) Über den spongiösen Rindenschwund, den Status spongiosus und die laminären Hirnrindenprozesse. ''Zeitschrift für die Gesamte Neurologie und Psychiatrie 105:'' 55-71.</ref>.
 
[[Ernst Sträussler]] with neurologist [[Georg N. Koskinas|Georg Koskinas]] (1885-1975) performed important studies involving malaria therapy as a type of [[physical treatment]] for [[general paresis of the insane|dementia paralytica]]]].<ref>Sträussler, E., Koskinas, G. (1923) Über den Einfluß der Malariabehandlung der progressiven Paralyse auf den histologischen Prozeß. ''Wiener Medizinische Wochenschrift 73:'' 783-787.</ref><ref>Sträussler, E., Koskinas, G. (1925) Weitere Untersuchungen über den Einfluß der Malariabehandlung der progressiven Paralyse auf den histopathologischen Prozeß. ''Zeitschrift für die Gesamte Neurologie und Psychiatrie 97:'' 176-191.</ref><ref>Sträussler, E., Koskinas, G. (1926) Über „kolloide“, „hyaline“ Degeneration und über „Koagulationsnekrose“ im Gehirn. ''Zeitschrift für die Gesamte Neurologie und Psychiatrie 100:'' 344-374.</ref><ref>Sträussler, E., Koskinas, G. (1926) Über den spongiösen Rindenschwund, den Status spongiosus und die laminären Hirnrindenprozesse. ''Zeitschrift für die Gesamte Neurologie und Psychiatrie 105:'' 55-71.</ref>.

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Malariotherapy is a physical treatment method involving the deliberate infection of a person with malaria in order to treat ailments such as General paresis, cancer, Lyme disease and recently HIV. The treatments have generally proven unsuccessful, and have attracted criticism as both scientifically unsound and dangerous.[1] The United States Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have rejected malariotherapy and, along with health professionals and advocates for human rights, consider the practice "atrocious".[2][3]

Ernst Sträussler with neurologist Georg Koskinas (1885-1975) performed important studies involving malaria therapy as a type of physical treatment for dementia paralytica]].[4][5][6][7].


ReferencesEdit

  1. includeonly>Zengerle, Jason. "The Choke Artist", The New Republic, 2007-04-23, pp. 23–36.
  2. includeonly>Anglen, Robert. "Scientists linked to Heimlich investigated: Experiment infects AIDS patients in China with malaria", 'The Cincinnati Enquirer', 2003-02-16. Retrieved on 2008-01-27.
  3. includeonly>"Heimlich's Audacious Maneuver", 'Los Angeles Times', 1994-10-30. Retrieved on 2008-01-27.
  4. Sträussler, E., Koskinas, G. (1923) Über den Einfluß der Malariabehandlung der progressiven Paralyse auf den histologischen Prozeß. Wiener Medizinische Wochenschrift 73: 783-787.
  5. Sträussler, E., Koskinas, G. (1925) Weitere Untersuchungen über den Einfluß der Malariabehandlung der progressiven Paralyse auf den histopathologischen Prozeß. Zeitschrift für die Gesamte Neurologie und Psychiatrie 97: 176-191.
  6. Sträussler, E., Koskinas, G. (1926) Über „kolloide“, „hyaline“ Degeneration und über „Koagulationsnekrose“ im Gehirn. Zeitschrift für die Gesamte Neurologie und Psychiatrie 100: 344-374.
  7. Sträussler, E., Koskinas, G. (1926) Über den spongiösen Rindenschwund, den Status spongiosus und die laminären Hirnrindenprozesse. Zeitschrift für die Gesamte Neurologie und Psychiatrie 105: 55-71.

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