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2nd Annual Global Vaccine Forum

01 Mar 2012 - 02 Mar 2012 - Vienna, Austria



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By 2016, the global vaccines market expects to generate more than twice the annual revenue of 2009.  But how is this going to be achieved?

There are certainly a few contributing factors including:
    Booming vaccine areas – biodefense, influenza vaccine, cancer vaccine
    Unmatched needs of developing world
    Better understanding of the vaccine's life-cycle as such.

These are just some issues which will be discussed by almost 20 vaccine's leaders from the Pharma industry, government, academic and scientific area at the 2nd Annual Global Vaccine Forum (Vienna, 1st - 2nd March 2012).

The meeting will be inducted with a one-day workshop that will cover the technical aspects of combination vaccines development and also immunization programmes (no additional fee).

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