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The first highly effective malaria vaccine was developed

The first highly effective malaria vaccine was developed

Malaria currently kills 400,000 people each year, with children from the southern part of the African subcontinent (sub-Saharan Africa) having the highest number of deaths.

However, despite the use of many types of vaccines in recent years, no one has been as successful as they should have been.

Scientists say the new vaccine could have a significant impact on public health.

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