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France’s Osivax raises over €30m for universal flu and coronavirus vaccines

France’s Osivax raises over €30m for universal flu and coronavirus vaccines

company’s phase 2a immunogenicity clinical trial of its lead universal flu candidate OVX836. ... Although Osivax is further down the line in terms of development for a universal flu vaccine, the company is planning to deploy the same technology to

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  • Biotech profile: Tom Evans, CEO, Vaccitech.

    Can UK-based company be first to develop a universal flu vaccine? ... The company’s most advanced programme is a universal flu vaccine, VTP-100, which has just begun phase 2b trials.Vaccitech is also developing a clinical stage therapeutic vaccine for

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