Scientists say they have made malaria breakthrough

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Malaria is one of the world's biggest killers, but now scientists in Australia say they have made a breakthrough which could lead to a malaria vaccine.

They have discovered that some people in Kenya who contract the disease and recover, develop an immunity against subsequent attacks.

The BBC's Duncan Kennedy reports from Sydney.

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