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16août

Very efficient prophylaxis with Artemisia; another Congolese breakthrough

Prophylaxe mit Artemisia afra

Jérôme Munyangi, Lucile Cornet-Vernet, Pierre Lutgen 4 years ago, a heated debate concerning malaria prophylaxis had been triggered on www.malariaworld.org. It concerned the very promising results obtained by Dr Patrick Ogwang, with an herbal product called Artavol, he had developed with the Ministry of Health in Uganda. Peer reviewed papers and press releases are easily found on internet. Merlin Willcox, UK, Honorary Secretary of RITAM, questioned the validity of the therapeutic and prophylactic results obtained by the research...

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14juin

RTS vaccines: 20 years of false hopes

RTS: ein Impfstoff ohne Hoffnung

The first results of the RTS,S vaccine already appeared in 1998 in a scientific paper. The conclusion was: Immune responses did not correlate with protection. Further optimization in vaccine composition will be required to induce longer-lasting protective immunity. Stoute JA, Kester KE, Ballou Wr. Long-term efficacy and immune responses following immunization with the RTS,S malaria vaccine. J Infect Dis. 1998 178(4), 1139-44 Another randomised trial of the efficacy of RTS,S against natural P. falciparum infection in semi-immune adult...

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26mai

Who deserves the Nobel price for artemisinin: Youyoutu or Jermemic?

Artemisinin Nobelpreis gehört den Serben

Contrary to common belief the Vietcong received from MaoTseTung not artemisinin powder, but Artemisia leaves. The infusions of this plant showed a stunning therapeutic efficacy against malaria in the swamps of Vietnam. During the same years, some European scientists studied the Artemisia annua plant common in many European countries. In 1972 Serbian biologists published a paper in Tetrahedron Letters on arteannuin B. The Swiss also had been working on this molecule since 1970 and published their findings in 1974 in Helvetica Chimica Acta....

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05mai

Artemisias stronger than vaccines

Artemisia stärker als Impfstoff

Tuesday, May 02, 2017 by: Tracey Watson (Natural News) Though malaria is a virtually unknown disease to many in the U.S., it is a global menace that affects upwards of 212 million people annually, killing close to half a million in any given year. In the past, the medical approach to the treatment of malaria has been to prescribe a type of drug called Artemisinin Combination Therapies (ACTs). However, on the eve of World Malaria Day – which falls on the 25th of April each year – the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that it...

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27janvier

Artemisia plants prevent malaria: a Congolese trial

Prophylaxe mit Artemisia gegen Malaria

4 years ago, a heated debate concerning malaria prophylaxis had been triggered on www.malariaworld.org. It concerned the very promising results obtained by Dr Patrick Ogwang, with an herbal product called Artavol, he had developed with the Ministry of Health in Uganda. Peer reviewed papers and press releases are easily found on internet. Merlin Willcox, UK, Honorary Secretary of RITAM, questioned the validity of the therapeutic and prophylactic results obtained by the research team from Uganda; that like many other studies they were...

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