Themis Bioscience Reaps Bill Gates' Backed CEPI Funding For Lassa Fever And MERS Vaccines
Plans to have candidate vaccines ready for testing against infectious diseases during an evolving epidemic have taken a step forward with the announcement of a partnership between CEPI, the global fund supported by governments and philanthropists, and the vaccine-focused European biotech, Themis Bioscience.
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