Coronavirus Update: Inovio Looks Outside US To Continue Vaccine Development
Plus: Korea/Indonesia Supply Deal, Japan Barictinib Approval
Inovio looks to countries outside the US to continue late-stage development of its vaccine, while a South Korean firm strikes a supply deal with Indonesia and Japan approves a new drug for COVID-19.
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