Richard Feacham, executive director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, said the results confirm the ‘gross underestimation’ of malaria in Africa and Asia. Now for the good thing: urban malaria is certainly controllable – if actions is used quickly. ‘We are keen to get across that is a possibly avertable issue,’ says Dr Martin Donnelly, a vector biologist at the Liverpool School. ‘Urban malaria should be relatively easy to control,’ agrees Dr Man Barnish, the tasks co-ordinator of the School’s Malaria Knowledge Program.Src is certainly a proto-oncogene – a normal gene that may become an oncogene due to increased expression – mixed up in regulation of cell growth and division. Known to be instrumental to changes that cause regular cells to go awry, this research sheds light on its practical role as an integral molecular switch influencing a downstream signaling pathway that spurs disease progression. Led by Anil K. Sood, M.D., professor in MD Anderson's Departments of Gynecologic Oncology and Tumor Biology, researchers discovered that noradrenaline directly affects tumor growth and spread through beta-adrenergic receptors expressed on tumor cells.