FDA Panel To Weigh Animal, Adult Human Data For Initiation Of RSV Vaccine Trials In Infants
Sponsors have been increasingly developing vaccine candidates for the respiratory syncytial virus with an unmet need existing for infants; the advisory committee will evaluate FDA's proposed approach for developing candidates in the target population.
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