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Vaccine World Summit 2013

05 Mar 2013 - 07 Mar 2013 - Pune, India

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Leverage opportunities on the longest running Vaccine Industry Gathering for India and the developing world!

Into its 3rd year in 2013, IMAPAC's Vaccine World Summit India 2013 will continue to serve as the industry's BIGGEST and MOST INFLUENTIAL gathering of leading and emerging vaccine players from India and the developing nations. Organized in partnership with DCVMN (Developing Country Vaccine Manufacturers' Network), over 250 vaccine industry's top mind and decision makers attended Vaccine World Summit! If the vaccine business in India and developing countries are important to you, there is no better platform to generate new leads and connect with old friends than Vaccine World Summit India 2013

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