Published in Vaccine Weekly, March 3rd, 2004
"Large gains in the reduction of malaria mortality in the early 20th century were lost in subsequent decades. Malaria now kills two to three million people yearly. Implementation of malaria control technologies such as insecticide-treated bed nets and chemotherapy could reduce mortality substantially, but an effective malaria vaccine is also needed," scientists in the England and Australia report.
"Advances in vaccine technology and immunology are being used to develop malaria subunit vaccines," said Vasee S. Moorthy and collaborators at the University of Oxford...
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