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SARS-CoV-2 vaccine

22 April 2021

CEO of RocketVax, Dr. Vladimir Cmiljanovic, spoke to Watson about the development of a next-generation SARS-CoV-2 vaccine, RVX-13

“There is light at the end of the tunnel. Progress is being made in vaccines against SARS-CoV-2, if somewhat slowly, particularly in Switzerland. They promise a return to normality, though they are not without setbacks. The vector vaccines developed by AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson are under fire following cases of thrombosis in younger women.

The mutated virus strains are also a source of concern. They may be able to circumvent the immune defences constructed by the vaccines currently being administered, which is why it is considered almost certain that regular boosters will be needed in the future. How wonderful it would be if a vaccine existed that could solve the problem once and for all.

One man believes that he can provide this: Vladimir Cmiljanović and his Basel-based company RocketVax are attempting to develop a second-generation corona vaccine “for Switzerland and for the entire world”. It is intended to have longer-term efficacy and provide permanent protection, “regardless of mutations”, as Cmiljanović explained in an interview with Watson.

‘The goal is not just to fight the current pandemic, but also future pandemics,’ said Cmiljanović. These sound like the words of a megalomaniac, but the 41-year-old is entirely serious. He emphasises that intensive work has been ongoing over the last eight months. He was clearly able to convince the Swiss government, as he is reporting initial successes.”

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