GSK's RSV vaccine candidate wins FDA priority review status

The US Food and Drug Administration has sent GSK’s potential respiratory syncytial virus vaccine down its speedy review path.

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GSK can look forward to an accelerated approval process with the US Food and Drug Administration, FDA, after the authority has granted its priority review status to the British company’s RSV vaccine candidate.

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