Sinovac shares jump on vaccine data; Gates gives grant to vaccine fridge maker;

> Shares in China-based biotech Sinovac jumped as much as 60% after its vaccine for hand, foot and mouth disease met its main late-phase trial goal. Article

> The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has given a U.K. firm a grant to develop a portable vaccine cooler. News

> Mozambique has hailed the completion of its first HIV trial as the start of a new era for local research. Item

> The governor of Montana is lobbying Takeda to build a vaccine manufacturing plant in the state. Article

> Bill Gates has criticized the capitalist system that sees baldness treatments attract more funds than malaria vaccines. "Our priorities are tilted by marketplace imperatives," he said. Piece

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