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Fluad Adjuvant Could Come Under Fire At Advisory Committee

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Executive Summary

CSL’s (formerly Novartis’) flu vaccine was shown to be non-inferior, but not superior, on immunogenicity endpoints compared to an unadjuvanted vaccine in individuals ages 65 years and older.

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