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Anti-inflammatory agents developed by Prof. Robert Hancock has been shown to increase survival rates of severe malaria by 50 per cent, when used with anti-malarial drugs. (Photo: Martin Dee)

Anti-inflammatory agents developed by Prof. Robert Hancock has been shown to increase survival rates of severe malaria by 50 per cent, when used with anti-malarial drugs. (Photo: Martin Dee)

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