1. FG Sets Up Committee To Implement National Response On Malaria Vaccine  TVC News Nigeria
  2. The world finally has a malaria vaccine. Why has it taken so long? – podcast  The Guardian
  3. Abuja worshippers offered virus jabs near mosque  AP Archive
  4. Fighting malaria: India must explore rolling out world’s first malaria vaccine  The Financial Express
  5. Why Nigeria was excluded from malaria vaccine trial –Oyibo  Punch Newspapers
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Prof Wellington Oyibo is a Consultant Medical Parasitologist and Director, Centre for Malaria Diagnosis, Research, speaks on the fight against malariaProf Wellington Oyibo is a Consultant Medical Parasitologist and Director, Centre for Malaria Diagnosis, Research, speaks on the fight against malaria

Why Nigeria was excluded from malaria vaccine trial –Oyibo

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•Scientists hail historic malaria jab approval but point to challenges ahead •Say WHO-approved RTS,S vaccine has modest efficacy, requires complex regimen of doses •At N3,250 per dose, vaccine rollout would cost N211.25b yearly to administer in ten African countries Scientists have hailed approval by the World Health Organisation (WHO) of the first and, to date, […]•Scientists hail historic malaria jab approval but point to challenges ahead •Say WHO-approved RTS,S vaccine has modest efficacy, requires complex regimen of doses •At N3,250 per dose, vaccine rollout would cost N211.25b yearly to administer in ten African countries Scientists have hailed approval by the World Health Organisation (WHO) of the first and, to date, […]

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Dr V S Chauhan talks about the significance of the malaria vaccine, and what the development means for India.Dr V S Chauhan talks about the significance of the malaria vaccine, and what the development means for India.

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