Cholesterol Drug Can Protect Malaria Patients

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By Molly Clifton

A drug that lowers cholesterol could help fight malaria.

Research from the University of Utah shows adding the drug Lovastatin to traditional treatment for cerebral malaria may decrease inflammation in the brain and protect against cognitive impairment.

 

These findings were in mice, and more research is needed.



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