Vaccines produces immunity from a disease and can be administered through needle injections, by mouth, or by aerosol.

Favorable demographics, the need for primary prevention and/or durable amelioration of symptoms have provided strong underlying demand for vaccines.

Vaccines have traditionally been used for the prevention of bacterial and a limited number of viral infectious diseases. Newer technologies have enabled companies to develop vaccines against previously impossible targets including Meningococcus B strain, S. aureus, and prostate cancer, but some remain elusive (HIV, HSV-2 and RSV).

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