In 2015, it was reported that around 36.7 million people throughout the world were affected with AIDS, among which 1.1 million were stated as deceased. The majority of AIDS cases were recorded in various African countries followed by India.
After a strong 2017, Sanofi Pasteur got off to a less-than-stellar start this year. In China, inspectors put a temporary kibosh on imports of the pediatric shot Pentaxim, thanks to vaccine batches that failed to pass inspection. That move hobbled the shot's sales—and dragged the rest of the unit down, too.
Sanofi has found yet another partner to help digitize its clinical trial processes. In a statement, TriNetX announced that it will be assisting the pharmaceutical company by using patient EHRs to optimize recruitment, streamline trial investigators’ workflows, and otherwise impact the design of investigational drug trials. Sanofi has made similar arrangements to bolster its clinical trials with Science 37 and Evidation in March and July of last year, respectively.
Curisium, a new healthcare technology that builds blockchain-based contracting technology for payers, providers, and life sciences companies, officially launche with the announcement that it has secured $3.5 million in seed funding.
A world-first dengue vaccination programme in the Philippines that was suspended over safety concerns will not cause anyone who was immunised to die, drug manufacturer Sanofi and local authorities said on Monday
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