Groups like the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation are working hard on an effective vaccine for malaria—a disease that still kills more than 650,000 people every year. But an innovation minded Texas A&M professor believes that future malaria drugs could come from common animals, like goats.
- Medical madness: Researchers develop genetically-engineered ‘pharm’ goats that produce vaccines in milk , NaturalNews.com
- Malaria vaccine in A&M goats’ milk could save lives, Lana Berkowitz, Houston Chronicle
- Podcast: Goat milk holds malaria vaccine, American Society of Animal Science