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All the authors attest to the completeness of the data and analyses presented and for the fidelity of the study to the protocol. The first writer wrote the subsequent and first drafts of the manuscript, with medical writing support from Seren Communications, paid for by Novartis, and with contributions from all the authors. Patients Eligible patients were women and men, 20 to 60 years, who had a physical body weight of 40 to 90 kg, fever or a history of fever, and microscopy-confirmed P. Vivax or P. Falciparum monoinfection with asexual-stage parasite counts between 5000 and 50,000 per cubic millimeter of bloodstream.Related StoriesStudy suggests dependence on specific treatment plans for adolescents with onset type 2 diabetesWeight-loss medical procedures may be secure for managing type 2 diabetes in sufferers with mild obesityDiabetes medication liraglutide ineffective in individuals with advanced center failureType 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease driven by self-reactive immune T cells, which destroy insulin-making beta cells in the pancreas. Previously, immune-targeted therapies tested in type 1 diabetes have had modest success in temporarily preserving beta cell function, but many have negative side effects related to broad immune suppression and none have been in a position to stop disease progression permanently.