Protecting Our Nation: Pandemic Influenza Vaccine Facility

November 4, 2014

Texas A&M’s national Pandemic Influenza Vaccine Facility in Bryan-College Station, Texas, expected to be fully complete by early 2017, is designed to supply bulk antigen to meet the U.S. Government requirements for 50 million doses of pandemic influenza vaccine within four months of receipt of a pandemic strain.

Read more on the Pandemic Influenza Vaccine Facility.

— Sloane Williams

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