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The last week of April each year is Immunization Week.

Whilst many diseases can be prevented by vaccination, there is currently no licensed vaccine for malaria – a disease that affects many millions of people each year with a high mortality rate. NDM spoke to Professor Adrian Hill, Director of the Jenner Institute and a leader in malaria vaccine development, about his aspirations to develop a highly effective licensed vaccine that could eventually help eradicate malaria.

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NDM spoke to Professor Sarah GilbertProfessor of Vaccinology and Programme leader in Human Influenza Vaccines at the Jenner Institute, about her research developing a ‘universal flu vaccine’ and the importance of vaccinating against flu.

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