What does the future hold for vaccines?

Written by on November 21, 2013 in R&D with 0 Comments

 

In October 2013, over 200 attendees joined VaccineNation at the World Vaccine Congress in Lille, France. This year,  we were lucky enough to be joined by Vaccines Europe and Vaccines Today. Not only did they deliver a thought-provoking presentation on the importance of ‘Building an online immunity community’, they also took the time to ask attendees their opinion on the future of vaccines.

Watch the video to find out from the experts: Where is vaccines research heading? Will the focus in future be on preventing childhood diseases or are will likely to see the development of vaccines against diseases affecting other age groups? Will therapeutic vaccines against Alzheimer’s disease or cancers be a major area for innovation?

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