Malaria breakthrough hope rekindled by pandemic research after 30 years of stagnation

The vaccine race that took place during the Covid-19 pandemic led to the birth of several new technologies and products that could also pave the way for a breakthrough within the development of an effective malaria vaccine. As the World Health Organization marks World Malaria Day, MedWatch takes a deep dive into the state of affairs within malaria vaccine research.
by albert rønning-andersson, translated by daniel pedersen

Developing the Covid-19 vaccines in such a short period of time was an unprecedented feat of the pharmaceutical industry.

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