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What drugs can be used to treat malaria?

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry 26 years experience
Treatment depends on: the species of malaria. There are a # of antimalarial drugs (chloroquine, Malarone, Coartem, (artemether and lumefantrine) Lariam, artesunate, quinine, quinidine & combination of quinine and either doxycline or clindamyin.
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