Since 500000 years ago the man has been familiar with malaria. This illness spread to various ecological areas, beginning from tropical Asia, desert in Africa, to cold climate the Eurasia. Every year, Anopheles mosquito infects more than 250 million people. Much fund and resources are spent to free people from this kind of mosquito. In this book, Sonia Shah, an investigation journalist, finds out and traces the origin of the illness of malaria (fever), its spread, the preventing campaign and how to cure this illness in some countries. In Africa, the war against malaria is accompanied with the program of overcoming HIV. The attack of HIV degrades body immunity so that it increases the possibility of catching malaria. In America, the elimination of Anopheles mosquito and malaria illness has got serious attention from the government. Even the President Roosevelt assigned military doctors and provided with required resources to conquer malaria when Panama canal was built. The fund that was spent reached US $250,000. In 1958, Senior John F Kennedy through Congress encouraged the launching of legislation to support the elimination of malaria by using DDT globally.