Bavarian will use own money to start RSV trials, but is still seeking a partner

After several discussions with the FDA, Bavarian Nordic has finally finished designing the study of its RSV vaccine and will start a 12,000 person phase III study in 2021.

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As the end of the year approaches, Bavarian Nordic has started to look towards 2020, and has revealed two central points of next year's work: the purchase of two new vaccines from Glaxosmithkline and a timeline for the company's large phase III test of a vaccine against airway virus RSV.

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