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Development of cerebral malaria (CM) is driven by parasitemia levels, harmful inflammatory response, oxidative stress and consequent breach of the blood brain barrier. Use of adjunct therapy that utilizes an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent alongside chloroquine (CQ), may improve treatment outcome and shorten recovery from post-infection sequelae. Though withdrawn in some countries, CQ is still in use for prophylaxis and treatment of malaria in many countries.

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Bosire Ouko, Nyabuga James Nyariki, Peninah Wairagu
2) Yimin Yan, Oduor A. M. O, Feng Li, Yonghong Xie, and Yanjie Liu
Ayub M.O. Oduor, Michael Opoku Adomako, Yongge Yuan, Jun-Min Li