Vaccines2018-05-01T20:26:22+00:00

VACCINES

Medigen’s vaccines are intended primarily for high-impact emerging pathogens capable of causing global epidemics and pandemics. Our goal is to protect human life with life-long immunity. 

The increase in global travel, climate changes, urbanization, and other factors favor expansion of emerging diseases to new areas. We develop safe and effective vaccines that can be used by the first responders and emergency personnel, travelers, and local populations in the affected areas. In addition, our vaccines can be stockpiled for emergency use if the diseases spread to new areas. 

Medigen also develops vaccines for chronic conditions such as cancer. Our advantage is the inherent biological safety “by design” and unsurpassed efficacy of our vaccines. Each vaccine is custom-designed for a particular disease in order to ensure safety and effectiveness in all populations. 

For more information about Medigen vaccines and technologies, please contact info@medigen-usa.com

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