Mark Challberg, a researcher with the National Institutes of Health, said Monday that a vaccine for the Zika virus should be available in a year or two, thanks to government-sponsored research. Challberg spoke at a Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute symposium on “Preventing the Next Pandemic.”
Mark Challberg, a researcher with the National Institutes of Health, said Monday that a vaccine for the Zika virus should be available in a year or two, thanks to government-sponsored research. Challberg spoke at a Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute symposium on “Preventing the Next Pandemic.” Andy Marso amarso@kcstar.com
Mark Challberg, a researcher with the National Institutes of Health, said Monday that a vaccine for the Zika virus should be available in a year or two, thanks to government-sponsored research. Challberg spoke at a Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute symposium on “Preventing the Next Pandemic.” Andy Marso amarso@kcstar.com

Zika vaccine coming soon, researcher says

August 29, 2017 02:39 PM