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WHO-led malaria vaccine development group announces new goals and a wish list for future vaccines.
(CIDRAP News) – The latest trial of the world's first malaria vaccine showed it was only modestly beneficial in African infants, a somewhat disappointing finding after an earlier part of the study showed that it halved cases in older babies.
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