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Today in healthcare news: why Wall Street analyst thinks two of the healthcare stocks pummelled by the news of Amazon Pharmacy will explode,BI Deutschland’s interview with BioNTech’s CEO, and Moderna salaries revealed.

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Customers can now purchase prescription medications through Amazon Pharmacy. Amazon

Wall Street analysts say buy these 2 healthcare stocks spring-loaded for gains after getting pummelled by Amazon Pharmacy — including one poised to surge 81%



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Ugur Sahin, the CEO of BioNTech. Andreas Arnold/picture alliance via Getty Images



We spoke to BioNTech’s CEO about how the firm made an effective COVID-19 vaccine so fast and when he plans to get vaccinated


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FILE PHOTO: A sign marks the headquarters of Moderna Inc, which is developing a vaccine against the coronavirus, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S., May 18, 2020.   REUTERS/Brian Snyder/File Photo
Moderna Therapeutics seen during COVID-19 in Massachusetts Reuters

Moderna salaries revealed: From $US60,000 to $US250,000, here’s how much you could make at the biotech firm that recently announced a successful COVID-19 vaccine



  • Biotech firm Moderna announced a success in initial coronavirus vaccine trials Monday morning, with a reported effective rate of 94.5%. This follows Pfizer’s similar announcement from a week prior.
  • The firm currently has 163 job openings listed on LinkedIn. Using data from the US Office of Foreign Labour Certification, Business Insider analysed salary information for Moderna employees to provide a look at how the firm pays.
  • Most data we reviewed were for engineering and scientist positions, and spanned many different areas within the health and pharmaceuticals realm — bioinformatics, drug processing, DNA, and in vitro research were among the subject areas listed.
  • Pay ranged from around $US60,000 for research associates to $US250,000 for program directors.


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