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Vaccines tend to get a bad reputation among biotech investors. Which makes it easy to forget that Pfizer’s top-selling product, with $5.8 billion in annual sales, is a vaccine: Prevnar 13.

Now Prevnar may be seeing a boost because of worries about the novel coronavirus, according to Umer Raffat, an analyst at Evercore ISI, an investment bank.

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  • actually Pneumovax absolutely IS used in adults, so I suspect the bump in Pneumovax and Prevnar 13 is likely adult driven.
    I highly recommend anyone at elevated risk of COVID-19 get immunized. My first choice is Prevnar 13 as it covers more of the pneumococcus strains likely to cause pneumonia these days. (no I don’t work for or with Pfizer)

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