Animal Research Minute – Could scientists fight the number one cause of death in children with goats

Well, according to the Washington Post, researchers report goats’ milk contains a natural anti-malarial vaccine. Right now, the anti-malarial proteins in goats’ milk have to be extracted and purified, and this process is expense. But researchers are hoping to create a drinkable vaccine in the coming years by using the anti-malarial properties of goats’ milk. This breakthrough could help eradicate malaria which kills hundreds of thousands of people annually around the world.

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