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Moonshot: inside Pfizer's nine-month race to make the impossible possible Albert Bourla.

Moonshot: inside Pfizer's nine-month race to make the impossible possible Albert Bourla.
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614.592/BOU
Health & Wellbeing   Tea Gardens . On Loan . 1 Jun 2022
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ISBN 9780008503994
Shelf Location 614.592/BOU
Author Bourla, Albert author.
Title Moonshot : inside Pfizer's nine-month race to make the impossible possible / Albert Bourla.
Publication Details London :: 2022. HarperCollins Publishers,,
©2022.
Collation xix, 216 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : : colour illustrations, portraits ; ; 24 cm. ;
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Abstract/Summary The exclusive, first-hand, behind-the-scenes story of how Pfizer raced to create the first Covid-19 vaccine, told by Pfizer's CEO Dr. Albert Bourla A riveting, fast-paced, inside look at one of the most incredible private sector achievements in history, Moonshot recounts the intensive nine months in 2020 when the scientists at Pfizer, under the visionary leadership of Dr. Albert Bourla, made "the impossible possible"-creating, testing, and manufacturing a safe and effective Covid-19 vaccine that previously would have taken years to develop. Dr. Bourla chronicles how the brilliant, dedicated minds at Pfizer, under the enormous strains of the global pandemic, overcame a series of crises that were compounded by social and political unrest, and reveals the doubts, decisions, obstacles, and failures they encountered. As Dr.
Subject Bourla, Albert
COVID-19 (Disease) -- History
COVID-19 (Disease) -- Vaccination
COVID-19 (Disease) -- Prevention
Drug development -- History
Immunology
Viral vaccines
Biotechnology
Vaccines industry
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