Poolbeg Pharma – New therapeutics and vaccines

Luke O’Niell commenting on Poolbeg Pharma’s access to a vast array of human challenge data to identify potential new therapeutics and vaccines.

Poolbeg Pharma plc (LON:POLB) is a clinical stage infectious disease pharmaceutical company, with a novel capital light clinical model which enables us to develop multiple products faster and more cost effectively than the traditional biotech model. 

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