This is discussion about Rotavirus Vaccination Via Oral Thin Film Delivery.
Dear Mr. Yu,
Based on your entry, it appears that you are still in the rather early stages of this development. We are curious, how far along are you in the development process and actually moving these vaccines to ready clinics? The potential for this is tremendous eradicating the need for temperature controlled transportation and storage. Is your expansion plan to begin in developing countries or within the US? What the potential implications of your scaling process?
Thank you in advance for your response!
Dear Dr. Yu,
Surely your Oral Vaccination would be a great help for Persons With Haemophilia and vWF who cannot be injected all the time (like normal humans) due to bleeding problem(s). I wish you and your team succeed in bringing more and more such vaccinations to provide other options as against the available intramuscular vaccinations.
Divyang K Chhaya
Advocate Supreme Court of India
Dear Mr Wu
In case you are unaware of them, may I suggest you consider contacting Meldex International, the world’s leader in advanced film technology. Their expertise is unrivalled in putting active pharmaceutical ingredients onto polymer film and they have a GMP film manufacturing plant located in Tampa, Florida. Their advice or possible collaboration may rapidly advance your students’ film development, open up further possibilities with their multiple drug delivery technologies and prevent possible delays through any accidental infringement of their film patents, and so save more lives. I wish you all the very best in your noble work.