The Fight Against MalariaThe quality of antimalarial drugs are affected by poor storage, manufacturing standards and age, undermining their efficacy against malaria parasites.
Treating a malaria patient: Laboratory evidence is showing signs that resistant strains of malaria is developing that seems to affect visitors to Africa worse but it seems that locals still respond well to treatment.
Focus, 28 May 2012
A new study by researchers from Fogarty International Center at the National Institutes of Health in the United States of America has revealed that a third of antimalarial drugs in… Read more »
Kenya: No Malaria Drug Resistance
The Star, 24 May 2012
Researchers have not identified any cases of antimalaria drug resistance in Africa. The scientists meeting in Nairobi said recent reports of resistance to the most effective… Read more »
The Star, 25 May 2012
RESIDENTS of Bungoma and Teso have appealed to the government to intervene and avert the subsidised AL malaria tablets crisis. Two weeks after the 24-packet tablets disappeared… Read more »
New Vision, 23 May 2012
Recently Uganda participated in the world malaria day annual event and we were able share our experiences, learn from each other's experiences and support each other's efforts in… Read more »
UNIRIN, 23 May 2012
No matter how compelling, medical research has historically not guaranteed swift regulatory approval, but researchers are finding ways to speed up translation of their conclusions… Read more »
Rwanda: Queries Over Malaria Drugs
New Times, 23 May 2012
A new medical survey has come up with disturbing a revelation; more than a third of malaria medicines on the market are fake, dealing a serious blow to international efforts to… Read more »