Manufacturers of the PENT Act-HIB (DTPw, Hib & polio) vaccine – one of the top-selling vaccines that generated $1.5b in 2012.
Manufacturers of big-seller Gardasil, the vaccine against human papillomavirus.
GSK recently announced a joint venture with Indian vaccine company Biological E to develop a 6-in-1 vaccine against polio, diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, hepatitis B and haemophilus influezae b.
Of course, Pfizer is responsible for Prevnar 13 – the pneumococcal conjugate vaccine that generated over $3.7bn in 2012, making it the best-selling vaccine in the world.
Manufacturers of Bexsero – the meningococcal group B vaccine that was approved by the European Commission in January 2013.
What do you think about the list? Are there any surprises? Do you expect there to be any changes to the order in the coming years?
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