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  • noun Common misspelling of artemisinin.

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Examples

  • This means that we have to see if the drug is still effective and if artemesinin resistance is not emerging in any other places.

    WHO Urges Action to Prevent Resistance to Anti-Malarial Drug

  • This is when the use of insecticide-treated mosquito nets and artemesinin-combination therapies became more widespread.

    WHO Urges Action to Prevent Resistance to Anti-Malarial Drug

  • They note that artemesinin is the only effective treatment available against malaria.

    Malaria Control Programs Save Thousands of Lives

  • He discovered that the herb, artemesinin, had been used safely for years.

    Lab Rat?

  • You may also have read about more inspiring, if less photogenic, accomplishments -- for example, the group of scientists who managed to program bacteria to produce artemesinin, a scarce natural remedy for malaria derived from wormwood.

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  • The finding was particularly strong in artemesinin combination drugs, the best available malaria drugs, and those often purchased by international donors.

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  • In the study, Roger Bate, a fellow at American Enterprise Institute in Washington DC, and colleagues focused on the most popular artemesinin combination malaria drug, Coartem, made by

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The finding was particularly strong in artemesinin combination drugs, the best available malaria drugs, and those often purchased by international donors.

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  • In the study, Roger Bate, a fellow at American Enterprise Institute in Washington DC, and colleagues focused on the most popular artemesinin combination malaria drug, Coartem, made by

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  • The finding was particularly strong in artemesinin combination drugs, the best available malaria drugs, and those often purchased by international donors.

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