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Experts Explore Ways to Strengthen Protection from Viral Contamination

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Executive Summary

Adding viral barriers and testing can prevent shutdowns like Genzyme's - or create ones like Glaxo's. What is the right balance? WCBP symposium explores relative merits of treatment barriers and testing. The testing FDA's vaccines office recommends. The combination approach. FDA's advice for winning approval to add treatment barriers.

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