Researchers trick malaria parasites with new vaccine

Until now, researchers have tried to treat malaria in people, but a new vaccine targets the disease in mosquitoes.

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Developing a vaccine for malaria has been a thorn in the side of medical researchers for decades.

Now, researchers from Denmark's Statens Serum Institute (SSI) have started testing a new vaccine, with a new strategy.

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