New results show that the effectiveness of a new malaria vaccine fades after a period of years.


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New results show that the effectiveness of a new malaria vaccine fades after a period of years.

The vaccine is expensive, but its use does seem to reduce the number of children who get malaria. The problem thus will be to balance cost with effectiveness, which is never an easy thing to do.

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