Sanofi vaccine sales jump 7%+ in 2014; Doctors blame parents for Disneyland measles outbreak;

> Sanofi Pasteur sales grew 7.2% to €3,974 million ($4.5 billion) for full-year 2014. Release

> The ongoing suspension of HPV vaccines in Japan helped drag GlaxoSmithKline's ($GSK) 2014 vaccine sales down by 1%. Release (PDF)

> A 10-year grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will fund a new Stanford University unit to try to find new and better ways to develop vaccines for a wide range of diseases. Report

And Finally... 92% of doctors believe the Disneyland measles outbreak is directly attributable to parents who do not vaccinate their kids. Infographic (PDF)

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