Malaria Drug Could Reduce Strain On Health Care Facilities During Ebola Outbreaks

Humanosphere: Antimalarials could help in Ebola outbreaks, study shows
Humanosphere journalist Lisa Nikolau discusses findings from a study published in PLOS ONE that suggest standardizing the distribution of artesunate/amodiaquine (ASAQ), a drug that treats and prevents malaria, during future Ebola epidemics could reduce the strain on health care facilities (9/8).

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