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126. The Science of Malaria

As climate change impacts their natural habitat and the range of mosquitoes grows, so too has the chance of them spreading malaria. However, scientists and experts are working hard to eradicate the disease through vaccines and public health measures. Luke explains why the disease is so hard to fight and how Belize became the latest country to be certified as malaria free.

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07.00 20 Jul 2023


126. The Science of Malaria



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07.00 20 Jul 2023


As climate change impacts their natural habitat and the range of mosquitoes grows, so too has the chance of them spreading malaria. However, scientists and experts are working hard to eradicate the disease through vaccines and public health measures. Luke explains why the disease is so hard to fight and how Belize became the latest country to be certified as malaria free.


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