GSK’s Walmsley On US v. EU COVID-Flu Combos, RSV Branding, And Investing In Infectious Disease
COVID vaccine makers already licensed in the US will have a leg up on in the combination respiratory vaccine space since aspiring new entrants like GSK will have to do efficacy work to get FDA approval. CEO Walmsley offers insight into the company’s vaccine strategy.
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