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Azar says ACIP’s prioritization recommendations should carry weight, but states will be final arbiter of who is vaccinated
A nasal spray formulated using compounds already approved by regulatory bodies in Europe and the US can “prevent and slow” transmission of COVID-19, according to UK researchers who are now seeking a partner to commercialize the product.
Russia is promising the best of both worlds – a low price with a near-perfect efficacy. While the basic science is plausible, its best-in-class claims are bound to generate skepticism
Oxford University/AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine cuts the spread of the virus by 60%, apart from having 70% efficacy in reducing infections in vaccinated individuals. While that is good news for their Indian partner, Serum Institute, the 90% efficacy shown in a subset due to a dosing error causes a dilemma.
The FDA is curiously not one of the HHS entities coordinating the US response to the outbreak, but must monitor for manufacturing disruptions and shortages, as well as approve new treatments and diagnostics.
Johan Van Hoof, global head of vaccines at Janssen, talks to In Vivo about the company’s platform, how it is approaching COVID-19 research and the impact of today’s global pandemic on the future of vaccine R&D.
The October panel will not review a specific application, but is expected to offer FDA advice on whether emergency use authorization is an appropriate pathway for COVID vaccines, and what data would be needed for full licensure. Sponsors may present data on their candidate vaccines.
The deal would include an option for expansion to 160 million doses of the mRNA-based vaccine.
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