Chemotherapy in the Treatment and Control of Leishmaniasis

by Alvar J, Croft S, Olliaro P. Adv Parasitol, 2006, 61:223-74.

Summary: Drugs remain the most important tool for the treatment and control of both visceral and cutaneous leishmaniasis. Although there have been several advances in the past decade, with the introduction of new therapies by liposomal amphotericin, oral miltefosine and paromomycin (PM), these are not ideal drugs, and improved shorter duration, less toxic and cheaper therapies are required.

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