A Tale of Two Markets for AIDS Vaccine (Developed vs. Developing World)

Dr. Don Francis, Vaxgen

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The major market for the AIDS vaccine is in the developing world, says Francis, but there is significant demand in the United States with 40,000 new cases a year.  There are a lot of unknowns in the business climate in the United States affecting the profitability of a vaccine.  It is difficult to encourage investment when a blockbuster drugs would have a much higher rate of return, he adds.

Jan 28, 2004

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