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New 77% Effective Malaria Vaccine
Could Be A Game Changer For The
World
@tenksgoodnews
New 77% Effective Malaria Vaccine Could Be A Game Changer For The World @tenksgoodnews
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Malaria mortalities have decreased 60% in past 2 decades, over 7 million deaths averted, according to recent WHO report
Malaria mortalities have decreased 60% in past 2 decades, over 7 million deaths averted, according to recent WHO report
HEART SHAPED BED
My Baby
Nicole Dollanganger
XIEBOUKA C KAPE
@ MUKKA
Kaltes Klares Wasser
Malaria!
Masochist
@ Abwarts
sanriohubbirbsanriohubbirb
5 oct 2020
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HEART SHAPED BED My Baby Nicole Dollanganger XIEBOUKA C KAPE @ MUKKA Kaltes Klares Wasser Malaria! Masochist @ Abwarts
In other news of dogs being the best - following earlier research that showed that dogs could detect malaria, scientists are currently training dogs to see if they can detect coronavirus through their sense of smell. If this proves successful, dogs could be stationed at airports after the pandemic to prevent the disease returning.
goodnewsdailyuk555goodnewsdailyuk555
22 sep 2020
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In other news of dogs being the best - following earlier research that showed that dogs could detect malaria, scientists are currently training dogs to see if they can detect coronavirus through their sense of smell. If this proves successful, dogs could be stationed at airports after the pandemic to prevent the disease returning.
HEART SHAPED BED
My Baby
Nicole Dollanganger
XIEBOUKA C KAPE
@ MUKKA
Kaltes Klares Wasser
Malaria!
Masochist
@ Abwarts
royalSanriohub2royalSanriohub2
4 sep 2020
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HEART SHAPED BED My Baby Nicole Dollanganger XIEBOUKA C KAPE @ MUKKA Kaltes Klares Wasser Malaria! Masochist @ Abwarts
In other news of dogs being the best - following earlier research that showed that dogs could detect malaria, scientists are currently training dogs to see if they can detect coronavirus through their sense of smell. If this proves successful, dogs could be stationed at airports after the pandemic to prevent the disease returning.
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In other news of dogs being the best - following earlier research that showed that dogs could detect malaria, scientists are currently training dogs to see if they can detect coronavirus through their sense of smell. If this proves successful, dogs could be stationed at airports after the pandemic to prevent the disease returning.
In other news of dogs being the best - following earlier research that showed that dogs could detect malaria, scientists are currently training dogs to see if they can detect coronavirus through their sense of smell. If this proves successful, dogs could be stationed at airports after the pandemic to prevent the disease returning.
Pinterest
In other news of dogs being the best - following earlier research that showed that dogs could detect malaria, scientists are currently training dogs to see if they can detect coronavirus through their sense of smell. If this proves successful, dogs could be stationed at airports after the pandemic to prevent the disease returning.
In other news of dogs being the best - following earlier research that showed that dogs could detect malaria, scientists are currently training dogs to see if they can detect coronavirus through their sense of smell. If this proves successful, dogs could be stationed at airports after the pandemic to prevent the disease returning.
goodnewsdailyuk1goodnewsdailyuk1
18 jun 2020
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In other news of dogs being the best - following earlier research that showed that dogs could detect malaria, scientists are currently training dogs to see if they can detect coronavirus through their sense of smell. If this proves successful, dogs could be stationed at airports after the pandemic to prevent the disease returning.
Scientists have discovered a microbe that completely blocks the spread of malaria by mosquitos
@globalpositivenews
globalpositivenews1globalpositivenews1
31 may 2020
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Scientists have discovered a microbe that completely blocks the spread of malaria by mosquitos @globalpositivenews