Malaria vaccine rollout is a gamble: An “imperfect” tool “used imperfectly”

Enlarge / A health surveillance assistant (HAS) gets malaria vaccine from its bottle into an injection to be administered to a child at the beginning of the malaria vaccine implementation pilot program at Mitundu Community Hospital in Malawi's capital district of Lilongwe on April 23, 2019. (credit: Getty | Amos Gumulira)

Sometimes, a vaccine is a slam dunk. Take the 97.5 percent-effective Ebola vaccine, for instance, or the 97 percent-effective measles vaccine. Other times, a vaccine is...

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