Following the success of the coronavirus vaccine developed with AstraZeneca, Oxford University’s Jenner Institute has unveiled trial results showing its experimental malaria shot could be around 77% effective. There is a malaria vaccine on the market – GlaxoSmithKline’s Mosquirix – but this is only around… Read More »Oxford’s malaria shot set for phase 3 test after ‘unprecedented’ 77% efficacy
Dramatic improvements in children with autism when they have a fever suggest that the disorder may be reversible if one can replicate the phenomenon in other ways. Autism currently affects about 1 in 68 kids in the United States, yet we don’t even have drugs to… Read More »Fever Benefits for Autism in a Food
That is the key question explored in a recent article from The Economist titled “Masked up, ready to battle bugs“. As individuals in developing nations leave crowded cities for fear of COVID, they may be at more risk for malaria due to the presence of… Read More »Will fighting COVID-19 disrupt progress against malaria?