World Health Organization approves first vaccine for malaria

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Dr. Mary Hamel, the World Health Organization’s malaria vaccine implementation lead, says the recent approval of the vaccine has already had a ‘tremendous impact’ in the fight against malaria and that the challenge moving forward will be procuring enough vaccines to meet the demand.

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