Keyword: World Health Organization
In an effort to stop an Ebola outbreak that has claimed 2,200 lives at the Rwanda border, J&J is shipping 200,000 doses of its vaccine to the country.
Merck just last month won the world's first licensure for an Ebola vaccine. Now, an international group authorized funding to establish a stockpile.
The WHO’s role in part is to provide prescribing guidance without an eye on profits. What happens when that guidance is tainted by private money?
With an Ebola outbreak in Congo outrunning vaccination efforts, the WHO wants to use an experimental drug from Johnson & Johnson.
Merck is planning another vaccine shipment to help officials fighting the spread of Ebola in Congo.
Experts urged the U.S. to allow CDC staff to return to the field, though WHO's director-general insists financial and other support should suffice.
As officials scramble to contain an Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the WHO is worried that Merck's vaccine stockpile won't last.
Vaccine trust has fallen in the Philippines since Sanofi's Dengvaxia controversy, and now experts are warning about the threat of measles outbreaks.
Merck kicked off a rolling FDA submission for its Ebola vaccine that's already been deployed against outbreaks in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Merck's RotaTeq won China approval in April and a launch is underway, but meanwhile, the company is reducing its shipments to low-income countries.