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Malaria: How Do You Eradicate an Infectious Disease With No Vaccine?
Big Think   Mar 4, 2017   Big Think  

Nearly 500,000 people die every year from malaria – an awful amount, but one that has come down from one million deaths per year. Philip Eckhoff, Senior Director of Research at the Institute for Disease Modeling, explains what is involved in total global eradication of malaria and how interdisciplinary collaboration is the key to out-thinking and out-maneuvering this disease.




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