face-to-face with malaria

It will take 30 years of research for the world to see what may be the first vaccine against malaria, as we are informed through the time. In principle it will be aimed exclusively at African countries (this disease is also suffered in some Asian countries) and at children between 6 weeks and 17 months.

There is still some time left for the European health agency to include this medicine as official on its list, but the World Health Organization (WHO) has already given the go-ahead for it to begin to be applied in certain African regions.

Very positive news that we would like to report more often from naider.