In the next issue of Pharma Technology Focus, we investigate the potential of a malaria vaccine that made headlines earlier this year when a research team from Oxford University announced that it had developed a vaccine candidate that demonstrated 77% effectiveness in early trials. Sticking with vaccines, we take a look at the emerging side-effects of recently approved Covid-19 drugs and the safety of fast-tracked drug approvals.
Elsewhere in the issue, we find out why the use of blood plasma for the production of plasma-derived therapies is controversial in the UK and ask if it is time to rethink the ban, and profile the complex competition considerations that go into reviewing mergers and acquisitions in the pharma industry.
Plus, we examine the challenges that drug manufacturers face in the race to keep up with our changing understanding of mental health and take a look an intravenous treatment for macular degeneration that could provide practitioners with a way to prevent wounds from scarring. All this, plus the latest insight and analysis from GlobalData.
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