Sanofi’s Triomphe On Vaccine Plants Of The Future, Regulatory Speed
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Sanofi's executive vice-president and head of vaccines, Thomas Triomphe, outlines in an interview with Scrip the role of evolutive vaccine facilities that are adaptable to new platforms like mRNA, a core cog expected to drive the French group’s innovation ambitions. Finding a sustainable ‘sweet spot’ when it comes to regulatory speed post the pandemic is among the other topics the executive touched upon.
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