New vaccine ‘to cut malaria risk by half’ – Africa – Al Jazeera English

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New vaccine ‘to cut malaria risk by half’ – Africa – Al Jazeera English.

A new vaccine against malaria will help reduce African children’s risk
of acquiring the disease by about half, according to the first results
of an ongoing phase III trial. The vaccine has been developed by the
British pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline’s lab in Belgium. Known
as RTS, the vaccine is the first of its kind to attempt to block a
parasite, rather than bacteria or viruses.

Did Egypt’s Women Win the Revolution Only to Lose Out? | World | AlterNet

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In the immediate aftermath of this spring’s revolution, something new
and unfamiliar happened in Egypt: women and men participated equally
in political events. But this article also notes: ‘Yet today,
political, economic and cultural barriers prevent women from being
accepted as full members of society. Egypt’s dwindling economy
prevents women from landing jobs in the public sector – which used to
offer guaranteed employment.’

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