Bavarian wants a more reliable, less cumbersome booster study

HERA, the EU’s new health preparedness unit, has made vaccines available for the biotech firm, enabling Bavarian to design a study where neither patient nor doctor knows what injection is being administered.

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Things will be less taxing when Bavarian Nordic initiates recruitment for a phase III trial of its Covid-19 vaccine candidate, ABNCoV2.

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