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News

  • 17-Nov-2011
    Novartis and collaborators discover new class of antimalarial compounds with potential to both prevent and treat malaria infections

    The discovery of a new class of dual-acting antimalarial compounds — the imidazolopiperazines (IZPs) — was published in the journal Science online, at the Science Express website today. The findings report on compounds that target both liver and blood infections, attacking the Plasmodium parasite at both stages in its reproduction cycle.

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  • 17-Nov-2011
    The Novartis Malaria Initiative: lessons from a dramatic decade

    In 2001, Novartis AG and the World Health Organization (WHO) unveiled a unique 10-year alliance to provide a breakthrough medicine against malaria — without profit — for use by public health systems in developing countries.

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  • 19-Sep-2011
    First Novartis company-wide health and well-being initiative

    Be Healthy aims to help Novartis Group Company associates around the world embrace healthy lifestyles by providing opportunities for them to take control of their personal health and help prevent future health issues.

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  • 01-Sep-2011
    Fostering innovation among diverse young talent

    Future science and business leaders gathered at Novartis as some of the world’s most talented students met and exchanged ideas at the International BioCamp.

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  • 22-Apr-2011
    The Novartis Malaria Initiative: lessons from a dramatic decade

    In 2001, Novartis AG and the World Health Organization (WHO) unveiled a unique 10-year alliance to provide a breakthrough medicine against malaria – without profit – for use by public health systems in developing countries.

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