Malaria Vaccines Make ‘A World Without Malaria’ Possible

The Guardian: Malaria vaccines: from impossible to probable
Ashley Birkett, director of PATH’s Malaria Vaccine Initiative

“At the turn of the last century, governments, foundations, nonprofit organizations, and the commercial sector mobilized to stem the tide against malaria, an ancient scourge. The result has been impressive — an estimated 3.3 million deaths averted since 2001. As we mark World Malaria Day and World Immunization Week this year, it’s important to reflect on this progress, but realize that the fight against malaria is far from over…” (4/24).

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