Sagardui, who spoke in the session addressing the global viral vector shortage on day one of the conference, explained how her administration supported Viralgen, a producer of recombinant adeno-associated virus vectors based in San Sebastian, from the early days.
"We have a long tradition of working with the industry in the Basque Country," she said. "We were looking for research and innovation projects in healthcare not only to improve health in our country but also our economy. [Viralgen] was really an opportunity for us, and so we started sharing their project from the early stage."
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