Vaccine disputes may harm pharmaceutical industry's reputation

Vaccine disagreements may risk breathing new life into the pharmaceutical industry skepticism of yonder years, according to MedWatch's sources.

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Recent conflicts between the EU and coronavirus vaccine-producing pharmaceutical companies can seriously harm the industry's reputation, according to ad company Mensch's partner, Frederik J. Preisler, and Communications Advisor Sune Bang.

News of broken agreements, fewer vaccines than promised and production problems can quickly breathe life into the kind of skepticism towards the pharmaceutical industry that used to be more predominant, according to the sources.

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