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Inviragen, PharmaJet land $15.5M for needle-free dengue vax

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases awarded a five-year, $15.5 million contract to Inviragen and PharmaJet to continue their work on a needle-free dengue vaccine. The disease, which is transmitted to humans by mosquitoes in tropical and sub-tropical areas, hospitalizes approximately 500,000 people per year.

The joint venture uses Inviragen's DENVax vaccine using PharmaJet's needle-free technology, which uses a jet injection to administer vaccines and other medications.


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