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Military Vaccine Approvals Based On Animal Studies Could Be Allowed By FDA

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Animal efficacy studies could support approval of new products to reduce or prevent the toxicity of chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear substances when efficacy cannot ethically be tested in humans, FDA proposed in a recent Federal Register notice.

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