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  • GSK submits world's first malaria vaccine for EMA approval

    It's taken 30 years, but GlaxoSmithKline's experimental malaria vaccine is finally ready for regulatory review. Looking to bring the world's first shot for the mosquito-borne disease to market, the pharma giant said Thursday that it has submitted its candidate for approval.

Merck aims to boost HPV vaccination rates amid lagging numbers

Though Merck's Gardasil tops the company's best-selling vaccines list and has already achieved blockbuster sales, the drug giant has a long way to go if it wants to boost U.S. immunization rates against human papillomavirus.

Novartis reports high Bexsero uptake as it pushes ahead in open market

With Novartis and Pfizer racing for approval in a wide-open U.S. market, the Swiss pharma is taking the opportunity to expand its lead elsewhere, where its vaccine, Bexsero, has an expansive patient pool all to itself. And so far, it's going well, Novartis says.

Pfizer finally lands vaccines bulk-up with $635M Baxter buy

Prevnar's lonely days are over. Pfizer is finally beefing up beyond its best-selling franchise--a long-stated objective of CEO Ian Read's--nabbing Baxter's marketed vaccines portfolio in a $635 million deal.

Aduro nabs FDA 'breakthrough' nod for pancreatic cancer vaccine combo

Aduro BioTech's GVAX, a previously failed cancer vaccine, is finding new life in a combination treatment that the Berkeley-based company is testing in patients with pancreatic cancer.

AstraZeneca inks deal with Advaxis for immunotherapy-vaccine combo trial

AstraZeneca's MedImmune has joined up with immunotherapy maker Advaxis to evaluate the Big Pharma's antibody MEDI4736 in conjunction with the Princeton, NJ-based biotech's lead cancer vaccine in patients with HPV-related cancers.

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