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NIH 'Very Concerned' About AstraZeneca Vaccine Trial Side Effects

Newsmax Tuesday, 15 September 2020 ()
The Food and Drug Administration is considering whether to continue a coronavirus vaccine trial by AstraZeneca that was suspended after a patient suffered spinal cord damage, causing the National Institutes of Health to investigate the problem....
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