EMEA expects first go-ahead for pandemic vaccine soon
This article was originally published in SRA
The European Medicines Agency is to meet flu vaccine manufacturers this week to discuss data submitted so far on three “mock-up” pandemic vaccines. It says the first go-ahead for a pandemic vaccine in the European Union could come as early as this month, with the vaccines being made available during October.
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