Finally, long awaited Malaria vaccine is here to protect children. In a major medical breakthrough, World Health Organization (WHO) recommended World’ first Malaria vaccine. Also known as RTS,S dubbed Mosquirix is recommended to use for sub-Saharan Africa and other regions where malaria is a common disease. WHO’s this recommendation is based on the results from an ongoing pilot project in Kenay, Malaawi and Ghana that has reached more than 800,000 children.
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