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    1. Bulk supply order will help maintain current stockpile and serves as a precursor for future contracts for freeze-dried formulation of IMVAMUNE Deliveries and revenues to occur in 2016 and 2017               ...

    2. Press Release

      PharmiWebJul 06 10:11 PM

      COPENHAGEN, Denmark - July 7, 2015 - Bavarian Nordic A/S (OMX: BAVA, OTC: BVNRY) today announced that the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), a division of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, has ordered a bulk supply of IMVAMUNE ® non-replicating smallpox vaccine, valued at USD 133 million.

    3. Will a deadly killer return?

      The Coldwater Daily ReporterJun 30 11:45 AM

      There is still a monster “out there,” declared dead almost 40 years ago, but still very much alive, but hidden from sight, and which still has the ability to change world history.

    4. Edited Transcript of CMRX presentation 24-Jun-15 7:00pm GMT

      Thomson Reuters StreetEvents via Yahoo! FinanceJun 25 02:58 AM

      Chimerix Inc at JMP Securities Life Sciences Conference

    5. To the editor: In 1798 in England, Edward Jenner developed the vaccine against smallpox. For 217 years, evidence-based medical science has shown the life-enhancing and life-saving benefits of immunization by vaccination. (" Nation of Islam opposes California vaccine mandate bill ," June 22)

    6. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention discovered in May that an Army biodefense lab in Utah accidentally shipped live samples of anthrax to private and military research facilities in as many as 17 states, Canada, Australia and South Korea over a period of six years.

    7. Bob Hammond remembered his mate who died from a mis-firing shell. Wally Wolstenholme was thinking of his mate killed by smallpox.

    8. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention discovered in May that an Army biodefense lab in Utah accidentally shipped live samples of anthrax to private and military research facilities in as many as 17 states, Canada, Australia and South Korea over a period of six years. But this error is not the first involving the U.S. government and shipments of deadly germs to unsuspecting scientists.

    9. World leaders joined voices to condemn the French and Tunisian terrorist attacks during Ramadan, calling them barbaric and appalling.

    10. Dying From Corruption

      The Huffington PostJun 26 09:47 AM

      Humankind has triumphed over diseases that used to kill millions - think plague, smallpox and polio - but we haven't seemed to slay the largest killer of them all: greed. In a riveting piece of stellar journalism, Nick Kristof and Adam Ellick of The New York Times posted this video about Angola that will likely enrage your mind as it grips your heart. For in this oil and diamond rich country ...

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