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Adverse Reactions To Pfizer Vaccine Weaken Case For India Trial Waiver

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Indian regulator is likely to ask Pfizer/BioNTech to conduct clinical trials before granting an accelerated approval, but recruitment could prove challenging for the COVID-19 vaccine as anaphylactic reactions in the US and UK sparks worry.

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