After Covid-19 success, Moderna is going after an HIV vaccine
Instead, the innovative mRNA technology used to make the vaccine could work next. Vaccines that use mRNA can be used well beyond immunization - for example, to treat cancer or addiction, Lynda Stuart, assistant director of vaccines at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, told Quartz. Today Moderna, the 10-year-old Cambridge, Massachusetts company that supplied the technology for Pfizer's vaccine, gave an idea of what that might look like.
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