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Oxford Malaria vaccine proves highly effective in Burkina Faso trial – The Guardian

Vaccine developed by scientists at Jenner Institute, Oxford, shows up to 77% efficacy in trial over 12 months

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MalariaVaccine developed by scientists at Jenner Institute, Oxford, shows up to 77% efficacy in trial over 12 months
Fri 23 Apr 2021 05.01 BST
A vaccine against malaria has been shown to be highly effective in trials in Africa, holding out the real possibility of slashing the death toll of a disease that kills 400,000 mostly small children every year.
The vaccine, developed by scientists at the Jenner Institute of Oxford University, showed up to 77% efficacy in a trial of 450 children in Burkina…

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