Building momentum for malaria vaccine research and development: key considerations
AuthorChitnis, Chetan E
Asturias, Edwin J
Collins, Katharine A
Crabb, Brendan S
Rabinovich, N Regina
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AbstractTo maintain momentum towards improved malaria control and elimination, a vaccine would be a key addition to the intervention toolkit. Two approaches are recommended: (1) promote the development and short to medium term deployment of first generation vaccine candidates and (2) support innovation and discovery to identify and develop highly effective, long-lasting and affordable next generation malaria vaccines.
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