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Malaria, the Possible Eradication of the World’s Greatest Killer

Small Scientist on December 6, 2011

Malaria is still one of the world’s greatest killers, with hundreds of millions of infected people and more than 780,000 deaths in 2009 alone. But there is hope for a new vaccine in 2015 that, together with widespread use of insecticide treated nets (ITNs) and other scientific breakthroughs, may finally put an end to this deadly disease. Our new infographic outlines the prevalence of malaria worldwide and the scientific breakthroughs that are helping to eradicate it.

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