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Understanding mRNA Vaccines

Scientists are breaking barriers with mRNA technology, one of the approaches used to develop COVID-19 vaccines.

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Researcher Profile: Dr. Yasmeen Agosti

At Pfizer, Yasmeen works to develop maternal vaccines that have the potential to help prevent diseases from affecting at-risk infants.

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Researcher Profile: Dr. Marie-Claire Peakman

Dr. Marie-Claire Peakman always knew she wanted to make a difference in the world.

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Why innovation is vital: My battle with C. difficile

Simon Jenkins, who suffered from C. diff, shares his story and hope for future treatments.

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Researcher Profile: Michael Pride

To demonstrate the incredible work pursued by America's biopharmaceutical researchers, we're sharing the story of Dr. Michael Pride, a Pfizer scientist who is working on preventative vaccines for the bacterium Clostridium difficile (C. difficile).

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I Just Want to Show Other Patients that Anything is Possible

Today is World Duchenne Awareness Day, which aims to raise awareness for people living with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD).

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Researcher Profile: Jane Owens

Dr. Owens is a senior director who manages rare muscle disease research projects in Pfizer's Rare Disease Research Unit.

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Vaccines: Cutting Health Care Costs While Saving Countless Lives

In the United States, 16 diseases are now preventable as a result of childhood vaccines, resulting in an estimated $1.4 trillion in societal costs saved.

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Researcher Profile: Ted Johnson

Ted Johnson has spent his career working to find better and more innovative treatments for cancer.

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Lung Cancer Gets Personal

Lung cancer counts for 25% of all cancer deaths in the U.S. That's why every day, researchers search relentlessly to unearth more innovative breakthroughs. Thanks to their dedication, there are now 240 immuno-oncology treatments in development to give hope and a future for patients with cancer.

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Researcher Profile: Kelly Knee

As a principal scientist working on sickle cell disease in the Rare Disease Research Unit (RDRU) at Pfizer, Kelly Knee is a jack of all trades.

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Recognizing Diversity in Clinical Trials

Every time you take a medicine – even if it's just for a headache – you are benefitting from the results of a clinical trial.

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Battling Cancer Together

At age 24, medical student Matt Hiznay was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer.

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Building "Smart Bombs" to Attack Cancer

Biopharmaceutical researchers are investigating a new type of therapy that has the potential to attack cancer cells while leaving healthier cells unharmed.