The Vaccine That Took 40 Years to Make

To listen to this podcast episode, click on the Play button in the bar at the bottom of the screen. To listen while browsing, click on the Expand button at the bottom right to launch the player in a new browser tab/window.

The World Health Organization last week recommended the first-ever vaccine for wide use against malaria, one of the world’s deadliest diseases. Paul Kofi Awuffor, a public health worker in Ghana, shares how the vaccine can change lives, and WSJ’s Denise Roland explains this historic landmark in public health.

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Trilogy Media (Ashton Bingham & Art Kulik)


Ep 885 | Media SILENT as Protesters Storm Government Building