Notre partenaire Pamela Weathers primée

A major boost for Artemisia capsules (gélules)

The NIH has awarded a 3-year, $420,000 grant to a research team at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts to test a plant-based therapy for malaria Weathers is working with several groups in Africa to establish a new economic model for using whole plant therapy to combat malaria. She envisions local operations where farmers grow the high-producing cultivars of Artemisia that she and others have developed as a supplemental crop and deliver the leaves to processing stations, where they would be dried, pulverized, and homogenized. In February 2014 Iwerliewen had contributed with Pamela and our partners in Uganda and Kenya to a Springer Book « Whole plant approaches to therapeutic use of Artemisia annua » Pamela Weathers, Kirsten Reed, Ahmed Hassanali, Pierre Lutgen, Patrick Ogwang Engeu

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