Malaria exists in about 109 countries around the world, thus putting about 3.3 billion people under the risk of contaminating it. Malaria is a dangerous disease, which sometimes can prove to be fatal. The general symptoms of malaria are high body temperature, body pain, especially in the joints, shivering and the general other flu symptoms.
many vaccines have been discovered over the years for the treatment of malaria. RTS, S, a malarial vaccine, is considered to be one of the most important scientific progress of 2011. this vaccine is still being developed and is currently under phase III trials. the results are supposed to be out and running by 2015.
PfSPZ is another vaccine that is being developed at present in the USA. It is being considered to be an extremely effective vaccine against malaria as 12 out of 15 people injected with this vaccine were reportedly protected from the lethal disease.