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BioNTech using COVID jab technology to develop effective malaria vaccine

Sky News Monday, 26 July 2021
BioNTech using COVID jab technology to develop effective malaria vaccineThe German pharmaceutical group behind one of the most successful COVID-19 vaccines wants to use the same technology to develop a malaria vaccine. 
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