A Snapshot Of Neglected Disease Drug Development: Dengue Fever
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Neglected diseases are gaining a higher profile in Big Pharma drug development programs. Research on a vaccine for dengue fever has been ongoing for decades, and a few candidates could finally be nearing late-stage trials.
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