Glaxosmithkline halts RSV trial after safety recommendation

A late-stage study of Glaxosmithkline’s respiratory syncytial virus vaccine in pregnant women has been put on pause, the company informs Reuters.

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British firm Glaxosmithkline (GSK) has paused a clinical study of its vaccine candidate against respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) due to a safety recommendation from an independent committee, as reported by news company Reuters.

According to Reuters, no additional information has been given concerning the trial halt, but the company confirms that another ongoing trial involving adults will continue.

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