With Pfizer EUA For 5-11 And Moderna Delay For Adolescents, US FDA Walks Myocarditis Tightrope
COVID vaccine safety concerns from international analyses will force sponsors and FDA to again confront the challenge of how to make bad news for one shot not turn into bad news for all.
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Moderna COVID Vaccine EUA For Kids Younger Than Six Will Be Big Test For FDA Efficacy Threshold
Application could be first major test of FDA’s comfort in authorizing a product with vaccine efficacy estimated to be at or below 50%. ‘Final components’ of the request to be submitted in the coming week. In interview, Moderna CMO Burton says results are ‘really strong.’