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Health » Malaria drug may help fight SARS
Sep 03, 2004

MSNBC

The anti-malaria drug chloroquine could be used to treat the SARS respiratory illness which killed hundreds of people last year, virologists at the Belgian Catholic University of Leuven said on Friday.
A research team led by Professor Marc Van Ranst of KUL’s Rega Institute for Medical Research found that chloroquine “is active against the SARS coronavirus in laboratory experiments.?

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