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FDA grants marketing approval for US Army’s malaria treatment

May 28, 2020
Business Services Malaria drug, US, US army, US., malaria

The FDA has granted marketing approval for the US Army Medical Research and Development Command’s (USAMRDC) Artesunate for injection, which …

Malaria treatment in Angola

Scientists in Kenya discover microbe that could stop transmission of malaria

May 5, 2020
Manufacturing and Production malaria, mosquitoes

Researchers studying malaria in Kenya have discovered a microbe that blocks transmission of malaria from mosquitoes which could pave the …


Drug resistant malaria spreads in South East Asia

July 23, 2019
Manufacturing and Production South East Asia, global health, infectious diseases, malaria, parasites

Drug resistant malaria parasites are spreading rapidly in South East Asia, according to researchers from Thailand and the United Kingdom. …


Funding to fight malaria falls $2 billion short of WHO target, study shows

April 26, 2019
Medical Communications WHO, developing countires, funding, health economics, infectious diseases, malaria

Global spending on the fight against malaria has stalled, falling $2 billion short of World Health Organization (WHO) targets, according …


Innovative malaria vaccine to be trialled in Malawi

April 23, 2019
Manufacturing and Production GSK, Mosquirix, RTS S, ghana, kenya, malaria, malawi

An innovative malaria vaccine is set to be trialled in Malawi as part of large scale trials which will see …


Diet drugs supress appetite in mosquitoes, study shows

February 11, 2019
Sales and Marketing Zika, dengue, infectuous diseases, malaria, mosquitoes

Scientists were able to supress mosquitoes appetites using diet drugs for humans, according to research published in the journal Cell. …

Global Fund seeks £11bn as progress slows in fight against malaria, TB and HIV

January 14, 2019
Sales and Marketing Africa, Global Fund, HIV, TB, infectious diseases, malaria, tuberculosis

The Global Fund is seeking £11 billion worth of investment in an attempt to save 16 million lives in the …


Researchers eliminate mosquito population through CRISPR gene editing technology

September 27, 2018
Research and Development crispr, gene editing, imperial college london, malaria, mosquitoes

Researchers at Imperial College London have been able to wipe out a population of mosquitoes through ‘gene drive’ technology. The …


First new treatment for reccurent malaria approved in over 60 years

July 23, 2018
Manufacturing and Production FDA, GSK, approval, malaria, p.vivax

The FDA has approved GSK’s Krintafel for the treatment of a recurring form of malaria in patients aged 16 and …


Smell test targets asymptomatic malaria carriers

May 15, 2018
Manufacturing and Production, Research and Development biotech, drugs, malaria, pharma, pharmaceutical

Asymptomatic carriers of malaria may be responsible for the onwards transmission of up to 90% of cases, highlighting the importance …


Novartis to invest $100m in new malaria treatments

April 17, 2018
Manufacturing and Production, Research and Development Novartis, WHO, malaria, pharma

Novartis has revealed it is to invest $100 million into the research and development of new treatments for malaria over …


Budget cuts to the President’s Malaria Initiative could risk 67 million lives, report finds

November 22, 2017
Medical Communications, Research and Development Africa, Trump, USA, WHO, malaria, pharma

A team of researchers at Imperial College London (ICL) has argued that the proposal by US Congress to cut the …


Breathalyser for malaria shows promise in trials

November 7, 2017
Manufacturing and Production, Research and Development biotech, drugs, malaria, pharma, pharmaceutical

Access to sophisticated rapid blood tests for malaria has improved dramatically in recent years but there are still issues in …


‘Super malaria’ sweeps South East Asia

September 25, 2017
Medical Communications, Sales and Marketing biotech, drug resistance, drug-resistance, drugs, malaria, pharma, pharmaceutical

There has long been concern over cases of drug-resistant malaria emerging in Asia and now it has been revealed that …


Novartis begins ‘next-generation’ malaria treatment trial

August 21, 2017
Research and Development, Sales and Marketing MMV, Novartis, biotech, drugs, malaria, pharma, pharmaceutical

Novartis, alongside Medicines for Malaria Venture (MMV), have revealed that trials into a new antimalarial compound have begun in a …

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