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Pfizer presents efficacy data of Prevenar 13 at conference

BY Allison Cerra

NEW YORK A phase-3 clinical trial found that a pneumococcal disease vaccine was well-tolerated and immunogenic in young, healthy children.

Pfizer said that children up to 5 years of age showed increased immune response to its Prevenar 13 vaccine when the children received three previous doses of Prevenar. The data were presented at the 7th International Symposium on Pneumococci and Pneumococcal Diseases in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Prevenar 13 includes the seven serotypes (4, 6B, 9V, 14, 18C, 19F, and 23F) in Prevenar plus six additional serotypes (1, 3, 5, 6A, 7F, and 19A). Together, these 13 serotypes represent the most prevalent invasive disease-causing strains in young children worldwide, Pfizer said. Prevenar 13 is indicated for the prevention of invasive disease, pneumonia, and otitis media in infants and children from 6 weeks to 5 years of age.

“These data further suggest the importance of providing direct coverage against the 13 most common pneumococcal disease-causing serotypes worldwide,” said Emilio Emini, Ph.D., chief scientific officer for vaccine research at Pfizer.

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Endicia launches Dymo printable postage

BY Allison Cerra

PALO ALTO, Calif. Endicia announced last week the launch of its Internet postage solutions.

Dymo printable postage allows customers to print postage from their computer without dealing with the hassle of monthly fees or trips to the Post Office.

How it works: Dymo printable postage sheets are self-adhesive, non-dated label sheets allow customers to print U.S. Postal Service-approved postage right from their desktop, PC or Mac, using any standard printer. Postage is easily purchased through the account. And Dymo stamps, a roll version of the sheet product, can be used with premium models of Dymo LabelWriter printers — providing the added bonus of printing one label at a time and thermal ink-free printing technology.

“The availability of Dymo printable postage sheets is a real boon for our customers,” says Amine Khechfe, general manager for Endicia. “Now, small and medium-sized businesses can stock-up on Dymo printable postage sheets from their local store and print postage using Endicia without the added cost of a monthly service fee.”

Additional features and benefits include:

  • Software that determines the right amount of postage, without overpaying
  • Ability to print postage anytime, day or night, for added convenience
  • Flexibility to print different denominations, including First-Class Mail (1 to 13 oz.), Priority Mail Flat Rate Envelopes and Boxes, Express Mail Flat Rate Envelopes, First-Class Mail International (1 oz.) and Postcard rates
  • Automatic software updates during Postal Service price changes without additional costs

For more information, visit http://www.endicia.com/Products/NoFee/.

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NRF names new president

BY DSN STAFF

WASHINGTON Matt Shay has been selected to serve as the next president and CEO of the National Retail Federation.

The announcement was made by NRF chairman Terry Lundgren, the chairman, president and CEO of Macy’s. Shay will be formally elected at the June 22 NRF Board meeting.

Shay joins NRF from the International Franchise Association where he served as president and CEO. He succeeds Tracy Mullin, who is retiring after 17 years as NRF’s CEO.

 

“Matt brings a deep level of knowledge and experience that will be very beneficial to NRF and its members,” said Lundgren. “He has the leadership skills, energy and enthusiasm necessary to guide this organization confidently into the future, and I look forward to working with him on the issues and projects that lie ahead.”

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