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Under pressure to cut costs after the Shire deal, Takeda needs a strong performance from both its dengue and norovirus experimental vaccines to prove the viability of the global vaccines business. “Once those two programs declare themselves, we’ll then map out what our future looks like,” Takeda research chief Andy Plump said in an interview last month. Venkayya said he is encouraged by the results so far. Dengue experts have questioned whether Takeda’s vaccine may pose similar risks to Dengvaxia, and the results released on Tuesday were not detailed enough to provide answers bronze cufflinks australia.

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Takeda delayed the release of its trial results for several weeks to characterize the immune responses of all participants. The company expects some of that data will soon be published in a peer-reviewed medical journal. Earlier this month, Sanofi vaccines chief David Loew told FiercePharma that the company regretted launching Dengvaxia in emerging markets before it was reviewed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration or the European Medicines Agency. It was the first time Sanofi had taken such an approach with a vaccine, he said bronze cufflinks australia.

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