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Zika Hearing Shows How Vaccine Timelines Are Outbreak-Dependent

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NIAID appears on track to have Zika vaccine in widespread testing in late 2017, but development depends in part on the epidemic rate; additional funding is necessary to respond to the outbreak, NIAID director and CDC official testify at Senate and House hearings.

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