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A recent study says a cohort of unvaccinated individuals aged under 16 years in Israel showed a nearly two-fold decrease in COVID-19 positivity for each 20 percentage points of individuals vaccinated overall. As Pfizer, Moderna and Bharat Biotech develop pediatric vaccines, should they consider if herd immunity might make such vaccines redundant?
India’s Zydus Cadila is working on strengthening its pipeline with 35 product approvals from the FDA over the course of its most recent financial year. The company also filed for 22 new ANDAs during FY2021. And ahead of recently launching the world’s first biosimilar to Roche’s Kadcyla (trastuzumab emtansine) in India, the company reported significant growth in its domestic business.
Novo gets worldwide development and commercial rights except for Heartseed’s home market in Japan. LianBio unveils licensing partnerships with Lyra, Landos and Nanobiotix.
Unless Pfizer or Moderna beat the company to it, Zydus Cadila’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate could be India’s first such jab approved for children. With superior thermostability and proposed economical pricing, it will be one to watch, though a three-dose regimen could be a dampener. Meanwhile, saroglitazar sees slow progress.
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