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  • n. An anthelmintic used to protect against internal parasites and worms in dogs and cats.


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  • Although success has been found by injecting flubendazole, Mackenzie said the process is expensive and time-consuming because the drug must be administered once or twice a year for up to 20 years to destroy the disease.

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  • Mackenzie and Benjamin Adu-Addai, a pathology doctoral student, will begin research on campus by building upon an existing drug called flubendazole.

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  • Veterinary professor Charles Mackenzie will study flubendazole as a treatment for elephantiasis and river blindness.

    The Seattle Times

  • Flawed medical research could lead to children receiving treatment that either does not work or is harmful Elephantiasis and river blindness: MSU researcher receives $2M for reformulating flubendazole


  • The objective will focus on flubendazole, a drug originally developed in the 1970s that had excellent activity against filarial worms when it was given by injection in animals and humans.

    WUSTL Record: University News

  • "The DOLF project will review all available information on flubendazole and develop a plan for reformulating the drug for use against human filarial infections."

    WUSTL Record: University News


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