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US FDA Signals New COVID-19 Vaccines Could Be Authorized With Just Immunogenicity Studies

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As FDA lowers some expectations on timing of booster shots, agencys outgoing vaccine chief says second-generation COVID vaccines may be authorized without efficacy studies. Marion Gruber's conclusion was supported by many of her international regulatory peers during a WHO meeting.

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