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Malaria vaccine news

  • A new tool for tricky vaccine development

    Imagine if scientists could create their own antibodies – the protein that the immune system creates in order to fight diseases. While it might sound like something out of a science fiction novel, scientists have figured out a way to do it. 

    PATH
    29 Nov 2018
  • As the global fight against malaria stalls, malaria vaccine development could be primed for breakout

    Malaria has infected humans for a very long time and in more places than many realize. There’s evidence that 3,000 years ago, malaria killed King Tut. It stalked the marshlands and fens of Great Britain and was common in the American South until the middle of the 20th Century.

    Global Health Technologies Breakthrough Blog
    27 Nov 2018
  • Malaria Vaccines: Recent Advances and New Horizons

    Leaders in the malaria vaccine field, including PATH’s Rick King, provide an up to the present summary of progress and opportunities.  These include some of PATH’s own efforts as well as a rich array of innovative approaches to vaccine discovery, development, and implementation.

    Cell Host & Microbe
    11 Jul 2018

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