Chloroquine is still treating most malaria cases in Tanzania, and therefore change of policy in combating malaria should be reviewed.Note that Tanzania is discouraging the use of Chloroquine as a first line treatment for malaria, encouraging Fansidar which is not effective in severe cases.Chloroquine is equally important as other antimalaria drugs.

Malaria Research Network: DDT: Chloroquine is still treating most malaria cases in Tanzania, and therefore change of policy in combating malaria should be reviewed.Note that Tanzania is discouraging the use of Chloroquine as a first line treatment for malaria, encouraging Fansidar which is not effective in severe cases.Chloroquine is equally important as other antimalaria drugs.
Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of pageLink to this message   By Frank Allan Komakoma on Wednesday, February 14, 2001 - 12:47 pm:

Chloroquine is equally important as any antimalarian drug.It shouldn't be discouraged.


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