Batavia manufactures LASV vaccine candidate for IAVI who today announced the first vaccinations of their Lassa fever vaccine candidate

Batavia Biosciences would like to congratulate  IAVI  on their press release, as today they’ve announced volunteers in Monrovia, Liberia have been vaccinated with IAVI’s novel vaccine candidate against Lassa fever virus (LASV) in a Phase I clinical trial, named IAVI C102, supported by the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI). ‘LASV causes significant annual outbreaks […]
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Batavia Biosciences would like to congratulate  IAVI  on their press release, as today they’ve announced volunteers in Monrovia, Liberia have been vaccinated with IAVI’s novel vaccine candidate against Lassa fever virus (LASV) in a Phase I clinical trial, named IAVI C102, supported by the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI).

‘LASV causes significant annual outbreaks of an acute viral illness called  Lassa fever, which is endemic in many parts of West Africa. Outbreaks in Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, South Africa, and Togo have resulted in nearly 6,000 suspected cases and more than 180 deaths since early 2022, according to  reports  by the World Health Organization (WHO).’

IAVI’s LASV vaccine candidate was manufactured by  Batavia  in Leiden, The Netherlands.  As a contract-development and manufacturing organization  focused on delivering sustainable, low-cost manufacturing solutions in the field of infectious disease and cancer, we intend to continue to strengthen our partnership with IAVI and continue to develop an end-to-end platform for more flexible, low-cost production of epidemic preparedness vaccines.

Congratulations to everyone involved in helping reduce human suffering from infectious diseases

Link to IAVI Press Release

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