Following its latest meeting, the EMA's CHMP has suggested granting marketing authorisation to seven medicines and extending the indications of 15 others.
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Tim Wilsdon and Ryan Lawlor from Charles River Associates explain why price-based procurement strategies can limit the long-term effectiveness and sustainability of vaccine programmes.
Scientists reveal 76 percent of critically ill trial participants treated with convalescent plasma are recovering, with almost half now discharged from hospital.
A new report has highlighted that the early successes of Avigan (favipiravir) and DAS181 do not guarantee their efficacy against COVID-19.
A Phase IV trial in 86 patients with mild-to-moderate COVID-19 has indicated that lopinavir/ritonavir (LPV/r) and Arbidol do not improve clinical outcomes.
FUJIFILM intends to accelerate production of Avigan to 100,000 treatment courses per month by July and up to 300,000 by September 2020 to meet demand for possible use treating COVID-19.
Despite some positive results from clinical trials for COVID-19 treatments, separate tests of the same therapies have not met primary endpoints.
A summary of the CHMP meeting conclusions, including medicines recommended for approval and indication extension and several safety review findings.
A clinical trial has shown that delivery of vaccines via a new high-density microarray patch (HD-MAP) induces a better immune response than needles or syringes.
A new report indicates that drug launches and new formulations will drive the growth of the seasonal influenza vaccine market in China, India and Japan from $914m in 2018 to $1.05bn in 2028.
The transition from egg-based towards cell-based, recombinant and universal influenza vaccines will drive growth in the seasonal influenza vaccine market, a report has said.
Scientists have developed a single vaccination approach to simultaneously combat influenza and pneumococcal infections.
An influenza vaccine manufacturer has announced it is filing an Annual Strain Update with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the coming weeks due to advances in influenza vaccine technology.
A Phase 2 clinical trial of an investigational universal influenza vaccine intended to protect against multiple strains of the virus has begun in the United States...