As malaria vaccine trials progress, gratitude deserved

12/15/2008 | NYTimes.com

As researchers close in on an effective malaria vaccine, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation deserves credit for providing funding to a pharmaceutical company to offset the financial risks of devoting resources to an untested procedure. With preliminary tests showing significant drops in infection rates, the process stand as a testament to the powerful effect charitable giving can have on industry, The New York Times writes.

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