WHO approves synthetic malaria drug

05/13/2013 | SciDev.net

The World Health Organization has approved a synthetic form of artemisinin to fight malaria in developing countries. The medicine, made from genetically modified yeast, is expected to keep malaria treatments affordable. It also would take three months to make the drug using the new process compared with the 18 months that the usual method takes.

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