Malaria Treatment, Prevention Innovations Provide Hope Of Disease Elimination, African Leaders Malaria Alliance Head Says

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Interview — Innovations give African leaders hope malaria can be beaten by 2030
“African governments are confident malaria can be wiped out within 15 years as research innovations, including a vaccine against the disease, are developed and tested, the African Leaders Malaria Alliance (ALMA) said. … ALMA’s executive secretary, Joy Phumaphi, said African leaders were ‘relatively comfortable’ the target could be reached as a number of new anti-malaria products were expected to be marketed in the next five to 10 years…” (Bacchi, 7/28).

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