In the News: New study from the Tarleton Research Group

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In the News: New study from the Tarleton Research Group

Rick Tarleton and colleagues recently published their new study, “Discovery of an orally active benzoxaborole prodrug effective in the treatment of Chagas disease in non-human primates” in Nature Microbiology. Check out these news stories about the study.

Behind the paper: New Hope for Treatment of a Very Neglected, Neglected Tropical Disease (Nature Microbiology)

Possible new treatment identified for neglected tropical disease (Science.org)

Researchers discover potential treatment for Chagas disease (Mirage News)

Researchers discover potential treatment for Chagas disease (Science Daily)

Researchers discover potential treatment for Chagas disease (Medical Xpress)

Chagas disease potential treatment: ‘I think it has a really strong chance of being a real solution’ (Outbreak News Today)

Promising New Drug May Effectively Treat Chagas Disease (Technology Networks)

Researchers discover potential treatment for Chagas disease (Newswise)

Potential Treatment for Chagas Disease (Labroots)

New Compound Shows Promise for Treating Chagas Disease (GEN)

Could Researchers Have Discovered a Chagas Disease Treatment? (PatientWorthy)

New Compound Shows Promise for Treating Chagas Disease (UK News Today)

University of Georgia Distinguished Research Professor, Department of Cellular Biology, and UGA Athletic Association Distinguished Professor in Biological Sciences