What's Set to Be 'Biggest-Selling Medicine Ever' Had Bumpy Start - Newser
Jun 19, 2021 39 secs
That would translate into $26 billion in sales, which would make it the "biggest-selling medicine ever," reports Christopher Rowland in a lengthy piece for the Washington Post that details how getting to this point was far from a sure thing.

In fact, its starting point was "utter failure." But before they got to that failed trial run at a Pfizer plant outside Kalamazoo, Mich., came the March 20, 2020, decision to go with that Kalamazoo plant as the place that would "formulate doses, fill vials and ship boxes of vaccine packed with dry ice," explains Rowland, who writes that happened in a quarter-mile long building that didn't initially contain the sizable machines needed to combine lipid nanoparticles and then filter the result—because they didn't exist.


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