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While Bharat Biotech is close to an accelerated approval of Covaxin in two to 18-year-olds, Zydus Cadila is yet to roll out its COVID-19 vaccine in India. As they head to a face-off in pediatric vaccines, the former faces manufacturing constraints and the latter hesitance over a first of its kind DNA vaccine. Experts speak to Scrip on which one stands a better chance of winning.
Japan approves a second antibody therapy for COVID-19 in short order, while India gives the go-ahead to a local clinical program for Novavax/Serum Institute's recombinant protein vaccine candidate.
Amgen is set to enjoy its monopoly on the Otezla oral treatment for plaque psoriasis until late into the decade, after ANDA sponsors Sandoz and Zydus Cadila failed to find a way around the originator’s intellectual property, including a key patent expiring early in 2028.
As India gets set to resume COVID-19 vaccine diplomacy from October, a new rule which will require Indians visiting UK who are fully vaccinated with AstraZeneca partner Serum Institute’s vaccine to undergo quarantine has sparked a row. Meanwhile, Indian companies await a nod from the WHO for wider acceptance of their COVID-19 vaccines.
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