Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is now Global 'Big Pharma' with a UK HQ and its own regulatory authority
Part 1 of 3 parts
Just look at what’s going on with mRNA injections
Novartis signs new initial agreement with BioNTech to support fill and finish of the mRNA Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine
BioNTech/Roche mRNA Therapy for Pancreatic Cancer Inspires Early Optimism
Positive Moderna, Merck cancer vaccine data advances mRNA promise, shares rise
Second-Generation mRNA COVID-19 Vaccine Candidate, CV2CoV, Demonstrates Improved Immune Response and Protection in Preclinical Study
Sanofi launches dedicated vaccines mRNA Center of Excellence
Bayer to manufacture mRNA vaccine in Germany
Some of the world’s largest pharmaceutical product sellers are into mRNA in a big way; also, two of the world’s tiniest pharmaceutical product sellers (by #employed), are also in the mix.
What’s noticeable is that they all seem to be collaborating and sharing various business opportunities with each other—why would that be?
I’m all in favour of strategic collaboration with third party businesses to increase competitiveness, but this seems a completely random way of doing business.
Hold that thought while we dig a bit deeper. We begin with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF).
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