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Zika Vaccine Trials Could Test Multiple Candidates Vs. Common Control Group

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FDA and NIH officials propose three strategies for clinical trials, saying it will be challenging to identify the most promising candidates; Sanofi and Walter Reed researchers note challenges in vaccine development, including manufacturing scale up.

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