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New COVID-19 Vaccines May Be Accelerated By Using Existing Manufacturing Platforms, US FDA's Marks Says

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FDA's CBER director says the development of new COVID-19 vaccines can be accelerated by using manufacturing platforms developed for other types of vaccines, thereby reducing the need for product-specific data.

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