Researchers on Wednesday unveiled the chemical structure of what could become the first in a new class of drugs to treat malaria.
It’s an early but promising step in the effort to find new ways to treat the mosquito-borne blood disease. Two of the common parasites behind the disease are increasingly developing a resistance to the antibiotics typically prescribed as treatment. Finding drugs that work in completely new ways will be critical to meeting a global goal of reducing the number of people infected with malaria by 90 percent by 2030.
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