Insider: Groundbreaking Malaria Vaccine Reinvigorates the Fight against Disease
Malaria (literally meaning “bad air”) is a parasitic disease transmitted by mosquitoes, endemic mostly in tropical and subtropical climates. With patients exhibiting symptoms such as fever, chills, abdominal pain, vomiting, muscle and joint pain, fatigue and malaise; malaria is a major public health threat.
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