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Flu Study Finds Only One H1N1 Vaccine Shot Needed

Early results from clinical trials show that the majority of healthy adults may only need one vaccine shot rather than two to protect against the H1N1 virus. Results are showing that the effects of the vaccine are starting faster than expected. Those results could mean that the limited vaccine supply, with an estimated 45 million doses to be made available next month because of poorer-than-expected yields from growing the virus in chicken eggs, could be Read More >

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Race to Develop H1N1 Vaccine

Execs from Inovio Biomedical Corporation and Novavax will be speaking at BIF about their experience in the race to develop a vaccine for H1N1. Below are a couple recent developments from these companies: Novavax Inc (NVAX.O) recently reported that its seasonal flu vaccine candidate, which uses virus-like particles, induced an immune response against H3N2, H1N1 and B and was well-tolerated in a mid-stage trial. Read the release. Inovio Biomedical Corp. (INO) said it will team up Read More >

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