In a series of letters to the U.S. Army and several senators, Sanofi (SNY) is denying that it rejected so-called fair pricing for a Zika virus vaccine that the company is developing with American taxpayer funds.

The missives were sent as a growing number of federal and state lawmakers push the U.S. Army to negotiate a more favorable agreement with Sanofi, which is one of the world’s largest vaccine makers and has already received a $43 million U.S. research grant.

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  • Hmmm – “There may be another reason that Sanofi sent those letters last week.” Yes, could it be their hand was effectively “caught in the cookie jar?” Ah, a little sunlight ‘works wonders!’ (Hopefully, anyway …)

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