I was wondering at one time did they give people shots to get malaria and then give them like I.V.S with some kind of medicine it the i.v. to counteract it, I know that some one that had ulcers of the eye and the eye specialist sent her home to her home hospital for i.v.s as he had given her a shot so she would get MALARIA, THIS would have been years ago, I don’t understnd the concept of giving her a shot for malaria and then give orders for her to have i.v.s.
The only reason I can think of for someone to be given an injection which might give them malaria, and then medication (perhaps in the form of an IV) in order to cure it is if they had volunteered to participate in a clinical trial, for example to test new malaria medications.
All clinical trials have to be approved by the medical research board of the country in which they are taking place, in order to ensure they comply with ethical considerations regarding patient rights, safety, etc. Many countries have an online database where clinical trials must be posted, so the public can be kept aware of what is going on. If you have such a registry in your country, you could look up whether a malaria treatment trial was conducted around the time that your friend received the injections. Otherwise, you could contact the hospital directly and ask if they participated in any trials.
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