A mother held her baby as she received an experimental malaria vaccine at the Walter Reed Project Research Center in Kombewa in Western Kenya in Oct. 2009.

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Women hold mosquito nets after receiving them at a distribution point in Sesheke, Zambia. Researchers say malaria may have rebounded in some parts of Zambia and Senegal because of resistance to the insecticide-treated nets. ASSOCIATED PRESS hide caption

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