The research bibliography that i have found and used until this point:
Academic journals -
- Hotez, Peter J. "MEDICAL BIOLOGY: ON HOOKWORM INFECTION." New England journal of Medicine 799th ser. (2004).
Bauer, Henry H. THE ORIGIN, PERSISTENCE AND FAILINGS OF HIV/AIDS THEORY. 1st ed. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2007.
Smith, Cynthia. Design for Other 90 Percent. New York, NY: Assouline, 2007.
Jarrow, Gail. Hookworms. New York, NY: Greenhaven P, Incorporated, 2003.
- God Grew Tired of Us. Dir. Christopher D. Quinn and Tom Walker. Perf. John Dau, Daniel Pach, Panther Bior. 2006.
Admin, ed. "Almost 7 mln pregnant in sub-Saharan Africa infected with hookworms." Medical Health Articles. 19 Sept. 2008. Medical Health. 24 Sept.2008 <http://google-sina.com/2008/09/19/>.
Brooker, Simon, Peter J. Hotez, and Donald A. Bundy. "Hookworm-Related Anaemia among Pregnant Women: A Systematic Review." Neglected Tropical Diseases. 17 Sept. 2008. PLOS. 24 Sept. 2008 <http://www.plosntds.org/article /info%3adoi%2f10.1371%2fjournal.pntd.0000291>.
- McNEIL Jr, DONALD G. "Battling Insects, Parasites and Politics." The New York Times 22 Mar. 2005.
Lecture / Speech -
- Mwenda, Andrew. "Let's take a new look at African aid." TED Talks. California, Monterey. 22 Sept. 2008.