Infected mosquitoes spread malaria by transmitting parasites to the humans they take blood from, scientists say. (Associated Press)
Test vaccine reduces malaria risk in children
By Kay Lazar Globe Staff / October 19, 2011
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An experimental vaccine has reduced the risk of children getting malaria by nearly half, researchers reported, the first time a vaccine has shown some protection against the disease.
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