As Part Of ‘Answers’ Feature, Foreign Policy Examines Needs Of Global Vaccine Market

Foreign Policy: The Answers Are Out There: Inoculate Against a Global Vaccine Crisis
“…Any hope of protecting the world, generally, against the resurgence of old microbes, as well as the emergence of new ones — man-made biological menaces, for example — hinges on resolving the breakdown in the manufacturing of vaccines and moving the best, most applicable pharmaceutical innovations into the commercial pipeline for affordable access…” This article is one of six in a Foreign Policy collection examining “solutions to many of the world’s toughest problems” (Garrett, 1/16).

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