Research

HIV And Malaria Combine To Adversely Affect Pregnant Women And Their Infants

University of Toronto | 29 May 2007 | Science Daily

University of Toronto researchers have uncovered the basis by which pregnant women protect themselves against malaria and have also discovered how the HIV virus works to counteract this defence.

The safety of artemisinins during pregnancy: a pressing question

Stephanie Dellicour et al | 14 Feb 2007 | Malaria Journal

The limited data available suggest that artemisinins are effective and unlikely to be cause of foetal loss or abnormalities, when used in late pregnancy. However, none of these studies had adequate power to rule out rare serious adverse events