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Thai trial of Sanofi's dengue vaccine "promising"

The world's first trial of a dengue fever vaccine being developed by France's Sanofi Pasteur and due for release in 2014 has seen "very promising" results in Thailand, a specialist involved in the tests said on Friday. Full story

Drugmakers cut vaccine prices for poorer nations

Several leading drugmakers are cutting their prices on potentially life-saving vaccines for people in developing countries in an effort to sustain supplies via the GAVI international vaccine alliance. Full story

Meningitis shot OK'd for babies as young as 9 months

The Food and Drug Administration approved the bacterial meningitis vaccine Menactra for children between the ages of 9 months and 23 months, said Sanofi Pasteur, the vaccines division of Sanofi-Aventis. Full story

Making the Flu Vaccine

   Wayne Pisano, CEO of Sanofi-Pasteur, discusses the making of the flu vaccine with CNBC's Mike Huckman.

Wonder why H1N1 shots are late? Blame eggs

As nervous Americans clamor for the H1N1 vaccine, production is running several weeks behind schedule, and health officials say an antiquated process that relies on millions of chicken eggs is partly to blame. Full story

Seasonal flu vaccine delayed for some doctors

The biggest manufacturers of seasonal flu vaccines for the U.S. said they are delaying or reducing the number of doses shipped to health care providers. Full story

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  Making the Flu Vaccine

Wayne Pisano, CEO of Sanofi-Pasteur, discusses the making of the flu vaccine with CNBC's Mike Huckman.

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