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Moderna, Pfizer Nab Unanimous Votes For Pediatric COVID Vaccines But Advisors Hint At Moderna Dosing Advantage

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US FDA advisory committee members raised some concerns regarding Pfizer’s three-dose schedule for children under five, suggesting Moderna’s two-dose primary series may be preferred.

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