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A synthetic antimalarial drug (TN Benflumetol) frequently used in combination with artemether, a drug related to artemisinin. The combined therapy is advantageous because artemether is rapid-acting but short-lived and lumefantrine is slow-acting but with a long half-life in patients. The combination is distributed as Riamet™.

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