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Can molecular biology synthesise a vaccine to eradicate both malaria and bilharzia? If so, should a developing country like Zimbabwe become involved in their development?



Can molecular biology synthesise a vaccine to eradicate both malaria and bilharzia? If so, should a developing country like Zimbabwe become involved in their development?



Central African Journal of Medicine 31(11): 231-234



Recent progress in the development of vaccines against malaria and schistosomiasis are described and the areas where Zimbabwe could contribute to, as well as benefit from, such research are discussed.

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