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Sinovac Receives Certificate of Approval to Distribute Panflu (H5N1) Vaccine in Hong Kong
Date:10/13/2009

cine products include Healive(R) (hepatitis A), Bilive(R) (combined hepatitis A and B), and Anflu(R) (influenza). Panflu(TM), Sinovac's pandemic influenza vaccine (H5N1), has already been approved for government stockpiling. Sinovac is developing vaccines for enterovirus 71, universal pandemic influenza, Japanese encephalitis, and human rabies. Its wholly owned subsidiary, Tangshan Yian, is conducting field trials for independently developed inactivated animal rabies vaccines.

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    Company:
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     Sinovac Biotech Ltd.
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     The Ruth Group
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