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Malarone® (atovaquone/proguanil) is a prescription antimalarial drug. It comes in tablet form and is used to treat uncomplicated cases of the blood infection. In addition to treating malaria, it can be prescribed to prevent malaria. It is usually taken once a day; if you vomit within one hour after taking your dose, you should take another one.
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