Mr.Bin Ma has well undergone training, assessment by more than 35 Years clinical Experiences from in China, Japan, and Switzerland , achieved Bechalor and Master Degrees in China and Dr. med. Degree at University Juntendo in Tokyo, Japan
Mission 523 pored over ancient books to find historical methods of fighting malaria.
When she started her search for an anti-malarial drug, over 240,000 compounds around the world had already been tested, without any success.
Finally, the team found a brief reference to one substance, sweet wormwood, which had been used to treat malaria in China around 400 AD.
Image copyrightAFP/GETTYImage captionThe team isolated one active compound in wormwood, artemsinin, which appeared to battle malaria-friendly parasites.
The team then tested extracts of the compound but nothing was effective in eradicating the drug until Tu Youyou returned to the original ancient text.
After another careful reading, she tweaked the drug recipe one final time, heating the extract without allowing it to reach boiling point.