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U.S. Receives 10 Millions Doses of Smallpox Vaccine

Global Security Newswire

British vaccine maker Acambis announced yesterday that it has delivered 10 million doses of smallpox vaccine on schedule to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (see GSN, Sept. 13, 2006).

“Our team worked hard to deliver the vaccine in the form required by the government, so it is satisfying to have completed the process on time,” said Acambis Chief Executive Officer Gordon Cameron in a press release (Acambis release, Jan. 8).