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Malaria vaccines provide new hope in fight against the disease 

The WHO has approved a malaria vaccine for children. Image: REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES) - GM1DWLPQTCAA

Kate Whiting

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Malaria vaccine has been approved by WHO
A first malaria vaccine is being recommended for broad-scale use among children in Africa to help prevent malaria in this group. Image: Our World in Data

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