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Bavarian Nordic: RSV efforts could be "key to the promised land"

Bavarian Nordic is on the hunt for a partner for the commercialization of a potential RSV vaccine. After promising phase II results, the company is considering expanding the search to include a collaboration for critical phase III trials.

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On Wednesday, Bavarian Nordic took an important step toward a potential billion-dollar market for vaccines against RSV.

A promising phase II study paves the way for Bavarian to start a final clinical phase III trial. If everything goes well, Bavarian will be entering an unexploited market.

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