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‘Nothing ever follows through’: Antimalarial drug disappoints in treatment of diabetes

13:14 EST 7 Nov 2017 | Cardiovascular Business

Recent research following a finding from earlier this year that antimalarial drug artemether could aid treatment of type 1 diabetes has resulted in disappointment, Mark Huising, PhD, and colleagues reported in a study published this month in Cell Metabolism.

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