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Merck Returns Heplisav To Dynavax After FDA Rules Vaccine Too Risky For Healthy Adults

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Regulators offer option to proceed with the hepatitis B vaccine in kidney disease patients, but can the company bear the risk/cost burden of going it alone until it can repartner?

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