1st Malaria RNA Vaccine In The Works
The Morning Standard|March 01, 2021
Coronavirus-driven new immunisation technology proves useful in reviving anti-malaria R&D

NEW YORK: The world still does not have an effective vaccine for malaria, the disease caused by a fever-causing parasite after a mosquito bite. The disease kills up to an estimated 6.2 lakh a year, with most deaths being children under five years of age.

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