Villains, heroes, and plot twists. Can we write a happy ending for one of the world’s most enduring and deadly diseases?
A breakthrough in malaria vaccines has the potential to prevent millions of cases. Why was it so hard?
If we succeed, wiping out malaria across the globe will bring a healthier, more prosperous, and secure world.
How a 5-year partnership to eliminate malaria in Zambia will revamp the way we look at a problem that’s thousands of years old.
Here's how the country plans to be the first in sub-Saharan Africa to eliminate malaria.
Philippe Guinot, PATH’s country leader in Senegal, wonders what growing isolationism means for West Africa and malaria.
Could a tool once abandoned for Africa accelerate the end of malaria?
As Zambia and other countries attempt to become malaria-free, new innovations are here—and on the horizon.
A chance finding from 20 years ago may have the potential to transform vaccinology.