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US Taxpayers Are Funding a Zika Vaccine. Let’s Make Sure US Patients Can Afford It

Last year, the government gave Sanofi, which is one of the world’s largest vaccine makers, a $43 million grant. Another $130 million may follow as research continues. The Army also disclosed plans to award Sanofi an exclusive license to a pair of patents that are crucial to the vaccine

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