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Nature News examines how scientists, farmers are working to meet the growing demand for artemisinin. "From bust to boom to bust again: artemisinin, the key ingredient of front-line antimalarial drugs, is entering the third chapter of its turbulent history,"... More...
New research project to make anti-malarial drugs more affordable in Third World countries. Dr Geoff Brown, from the University of Reading's Department of Chemistry, is beginning a £400,000 project that could prove vital for the developing world... More...
Findings of poor quality malaria drugs in Africa add to artemisinin-resistance worries. A study released on Monday found that between 26 percent and 44 percent of artemisinin-based malaria drugs sold in Madagascar, Senegal and Uganda "failed quality testing" ... More...

Upon established, we have co-operated with National Institute of Pharmaceutical on research and apply the technology to build-up our production line. We also worked with many other Pharmaceutical companies to co-operate and partnership on commercial.

To build-up the area of material, we have worked with famers to assist them on seed, finance and technology on plant and extend the region of material on provinces in North of Vietnam included Vinh Phuc, Ha Tay, Hung Yen, Soc Son, Hoa Binh, Bac Giang, Ninh Binh and Thanh Hoa. We are working closely with many companies and organizations on update and apply the new technology on grow-up the material area as well as technology on Artemisinin extraction.

We have been supplying many tons of Artemisinin to our partners in various regions and, we are looking for new partners to build-up the relationship which we can supply our material with reliable and competitive prices.