Another PhIII RSV failure thumps beleaguered Novavax, but execs claim there's a way forward
Back in November 2016, when Novavax was picking up the scraps from a Phase III crash of its RSV vaccine in older adults, the company pointed to the Gates Foundation-backed program to test the vaccine in infants as a “significant commercial opportunity.” It went on to become the lead program as Novavax mounted an arduous comeback campaign for RSV-F vaccine.
But today, execs conceded that the infant trial has suffered the same late-stage fate.
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