Experimental Malaria Vaccine Being Tested In Kenya, Showing Good Results

VOA News: New Malaria Vaccine Shows Promise in Kenya
“…[S]cientists in Kenya say that next year, a new malaria vaccine will be available that could add an important component to malaria control and potentially eradicate the disease. … Although existing interventions have helped to reduce the disease over the past decade, scientists in this lab in western Kenya are working on a vaccine — with the help of Britain’s GlaxoSmithKline and other partners — that could add an important component to malaria control…” (Yusuf, 11/3).

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