CORRECTION: The final story in this episode of Malaria Minute focuses on a Transaid project to transport children with suspected severe malaria to health facilities by bike. The drug used in this scheme is called rectal artesunate, or RAS. However, in this episode of Malaria Minute, it is incorrectly quoted as ‘ARS’.
The latest malaria news, in 60 seconds.
The FDA approves Arakoda for the prophylaxis of malaria in adults, the Australian Senate investigates the use of Tafenoquine and Mefloquine in conflict and the bike project in Zambia reducing malaria deaths by 96%.
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