Harvard University, Neopharm, NIH, NYBA, UAlbany Center for Functional Genomics, DiscoveRx, SEBio, Brown University, MIT | GenomeWeb
Harvard Licenses Vaccine, Drug Tech to ‘MEND’ Patients in Developing Countries
 
Harvard University's Office of Technology Development and non-profit firm Medicine in Need have entered into a licensing agreement to bring vaccine and drug products to people in developing countries, Harvard said last week.
 
Initial efforts will focus on tuberculosis and are expected to expand rapidly to other infectious diseases, Harvard said.
 

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