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Australian innovation pilot aims to reduce cost of vaccination in developing world

GSK has invested $7.7 million in a new pilot vaccine facility with the hope Australian manufacturing innovation could reduce cost of vaccination in developing world.

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Polio Australia - support of polio retreat to help those affected

Polio is a disease that has virtually been forgotten by our community. Although vaccination implemented in Australia in the late 1950s has prevented new infections, polio survivors form the largest single physical disability group in the country.

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Fostering excellence in respiratory research

GSK has been a significant supporter of The George Institute for Global Health for a number of years and we’ve recently contributed $161,000 to support a research fellow in respiratory medicine.

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The fight against malaria

For the past 30 years, GSK scientists have been working with other organisations across the globe with the aim to develop what could be the world’s first malaria vaccine.

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Annette Gross

Annette Gross is recognised as a leading expert in Ethnopharmacology. Her team looks at differences in drug response across ethnic groups.

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Crowd sourcing new treatments for malaria

New medicines are urgently needed for diseases of the developing world and those medicines need to be affordable.

Access to healthcare

Increasing medicine access across the world's poorest nations

GSK expands graduated approach to patents and intellectual property to widen access to medicines in the world’s poorest countries.

Innovation

Innovation and collaboration with Monash University

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No 'silver bullet' to tackle this disease

Dr Sophie Biernaux, talks about GSK's commitment to fighting malaria.

Innovation

Bioelectronics

GSK's Bioelectronics R&D unit is pursuing a relatively new scientific field that could one day result in a new class of medicines that would not be pills or injections but miniaturised, implantable devices.

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Giving babies a healthier start

Why are our scientists researching how to adapt an ingredient in mouthwash into a gel for newborn babies?

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Malaria

By the time the second hand on your wristwatch has circled its dial, a child in Africa will have died of malaria.

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