IIR's The Vaccines Development Forum

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IIR's The Vaccines Development Forum

Enhance your knowledge of the science behind vaccine development with 12+ case studies, and to engage in open dialogue with fellow vaccine developers through interactive breakout sessions, panel discussions, and networking time.

This unique event delivers case studies:

* Overcome the Hurdles in the Development of Personalized Cancer Vaccines

* Unlock the Development of Gardasil: The Strategy of Protein-Based Vaccine Formulation Develpment and Forced Degradation Mechanisms

* Vaccines Stability and Robustness Considerations in Developing Influenza Vaccines

* Vaccine Formulations: Develpment of New Stability - Indicating Assays

* Achieve Enhanced Vaccine Immunogenicity Without Toxicity

* Discover Available Adjuvants & How to Select One for Improved Formulation and Stability

* Uncover Innovative Vaccine Delivery Techniques and their Impact on Formulation and Stablity Studies
Discover more at: www.iirusa.com/vaccines

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Vaccination may be the most effective public health intervention of all time—and that’s especially true in developing countries, where many families can’t find or afford health care when they get sick. The prevention offered by vaccines can be lifesaving.
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