New malaria vaccine shows promise in trial
Daily Mirror - Sri Lanka|April 24, 2021
A potential new malaria vaccine has proved highly effective in a trial in babies in Africa, pointing to it one day possibly helping reduce the death toll from the mosquito-borne disease that kills up to half a million young children a year.

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