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SIGA suspends work on $2.8 billion US smallpox drug contract after Chimerix objects

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Just two days after winning the first US contract to develop a smallpox antiviral drug supported through Project BioShield, SIGA Technologies revealed on 15 May that it was forced to suspend further work until a protest from rival Chimerix is resolved, which could take up to about three months.

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