America develops vaccine for dengue

Monday, 28 January 2013 - 19:07


Diplomatic sources state that the United States of America has successfully tested a vaccination to cure dengue.


According to the US embassy in Colombo the experiment has been carried out by a team of Medical Researchers attached to the American Research Institute of Infectious and Communicable Diseases.


Dr. Anthony Forzy, Director of the Research Team, who had tested the vaccination, has said that 90% of the test was proved successful.


The World Health Organization states that experiments had been carried out in three cities in America targeting 112 teams while more attention would be focused on the use of new vaccination.

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