Several ways are present to stop malaria, but the new method of using mathematics to tackle malaria provides a great breakthrough to eliminate this disease.
Researchers have discovered in a clinical trial that a new malaria vaccine called Sanaria PfSPZ-CVac has almost a 100 percent effectiveness against the disease.
A new study conducted by the team of scientists from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and their national collaborators aims to extract genome sequences to fight malaria that still cause 10 million cases each year.
A new malaria vaccine which has shown efficient results and proved to be safe has been tested on humans and mice. The vaccine uses a weakend version of P. falciparum.
The all new strategy, to test the new vaccine is to get bitten by mosquitos.
New DNA has revealed that a virulent form of malaria-cusing parasite was in existence in ancient Rome 2,000 years ago.
The country has already expanded their GMO mosquito experiments with a biotech firm.