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Lawrence Young explained: “Over 95% of the world’s population [has an infection] with EBV, and this remains as a largely asymptomatic infection for our lives,” External link

medicalnewstoday Tuesday, July 27, 2021 4:27:00 PM CEST

Agustin Fernandez said: "Herpes affects billions of people worldwide and has been shown to interact with other pandemic pathogens, worsening their impact and transmissibility, including HIV. Given the wide reach of the herpes virus and its implications for people of all ages around the globe, advancing a vaccine is critical," External link

finanzen-at Thursday, July 22, 2021 11:26:00 AM CEST

David Brindley said: "Herpes remains one of the most devastating infections in the world that can lead to blindness and death, particularly in neonatal and pediatric populations. At present there is a lack of novel, safe and effective treatment options beyond antiviral drugs that were discovered in the 1970s by UK-based Burroughs Wellcome [later GSK] i . Today, fifty years on from these studies, Rational Vaccines is delighted to lead a new chapter of HSV treatment research in the UK supported by worldwide partners. The MHRA's robust oversight standards and innovative approach to regulatory affairs were key drivers in RVx's decision to invest in UK clinical development activities, as a platform to international expansion," External link

finanzen-at Thursday, July 22, 2021 11:26:00 AM CEST

Nicoletta Luppi sottolinea (about Nicoletta Luppi): “La pandemia – commenta Nicoletta Luppi, presidente e amministratore delegato di Msd Italia – ha accelerato il ricorso alla tecnologia in tutti gli ambiti della nostra Vita, incluso quello della Salute e non si deve tornare indietro. Ritengo, infatti, che una rapida e sistemica adozione delle nuove tecnologie, al pari dell’innovazione in farmaci e vaccini, ricopra un ruolo fondamentale nella definizione di servizi sanitari resilienti e accessibili per la gestione della cronicità e della Sanità pubblica in generale. Per non restare indietro nella corsa all’innovazione, bisogna riuscire ad intercettare le tendenze di un ecosistema in continua evoluzione e selezionare i partner giusti. In quest’ottica, progetti come Health&Biotech Accelerator – (\*) – rappresentano un prezioso strumento per mettere in contatto i diversi attori della filiera della salute. Ciascuno di noi (le aziende, le piccole startup, le istituzioni e il mondo scientifico) è infatti portatore di un know how e di un valore distintivo. Solo insieme, attraverso una sana e trasparente collaborazione pubblico-privato, possiamo fare la differenza per la vita e la salute delle persone” External link

aboutpharma Monday, July 19, 2021 7:28:00 PM CEST

Tim Walter : „Glatzel ist durch die Krankheit bei Weitem noch nicht so weit wie wir ihn gerne hätten. Er arbeitet fleißig und wir schauen, dass wir ihn bis Samstag (Test gegen Basel, d. Red.) wieder ein Stück nach vorne bringen.“ External link

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