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The road to finding an effective malaria vaccine has been long. Here's why

The malaria vaccine R21 has been shown to be up to 80% effective. Image: REUTERS/Baz Ratner

Alena Pance

Senior Lecturer, Molecular Genetics, University of Hertfordshire

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