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Pfizer signs mRNA flu vaccine deal with BioNTech

Pfizer signs mRNA flu vaccine deal with BioNTech

New flu vaccines are needed to provide improved protection against seasonal flu, and to respond rapidly and in quantity to emerging influenza strains that could lead to a pandemic, she added.

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  • Allergies and asthma Allergies and asthma

    Allergies and asthma constitute a public health concern of pandemic proportions that requires immediate and concerted action. ... Therefore, asthma and allergic diseases are a public health concern of pandemic proportions that requires an immediate and

  • ASEAN: Domestic vaccines manufacturers ASEAN: Domestic vaccines manufacturers

    Through a technology transfer from the Biken Institute of Japan, together with WHO, BioFarma is now working towards producing 20 million doses of pandemic flu vaccines.

  • Interview: Charles Mgone, EDCTP Interview: Charles Mgone, EDCTP

    Although its activities remain focused on sub-Saharan Africa, “because that's where the epicentre of the HIV, tuberculosis and malaria pandemic is”, there are plans to extend its reach to

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  • MHRA chairman steps down MHRA chairman steps down

    He was previously chair of the MHRA's Commission of Human Medicines and the Department of Health's Scientific Pandemic Influenza Committee.

  • ABPI appoints new director of comms ABPI appoints new director of comms

    Before joining the ABPI in April 2012 as head of policy and public affairs, Meaden was associate director of marketing and communications at NHS Direct, notably during the swine flu pandemic.

  • Clare Gerada to step down as UK RCGP chair Clare Gerada to step down as UK RCGP chair

    She is also a member of the RCGP trustee board and is the current lead for emergency planning and preparedness, handling UK GP's reaction to the 2009 influenza pandemic.

  • Burson-Marsteller hires senior DH press officer Burson-Marsteller hires senior DH press officer

    She also led the government's response on the swine flu pandemic and cancer care reform.

  • Gordon Duff to chair UK’s MHRA

    He currently holds several other chair positions in science and healthcare, including at the MHRA's Commission of Human Medicines and the Department of Health's Scientific Pandemic Influenza Committee.

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  • To track disease, follow the money

    And disease transmission models are becoming more sophisticated. A study published in Science in 2013(3)  showed that the course of global pandemics can best be predicted not by geographical distances ... Proof of the model came from analysing the 2003

  • Cool heads in a crisis?

    Understanding the role pharmaceutical companies can play in fighting today’s global health pandemics. ... may not one day develop into global pandemics is not a feasible burden for the industry to carry alone.

  • Research Partnership

    Understanding the role pharmaceutical companies can play in fighting today’s global health pandemics.

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