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India's rotavirus vaccine row: show me the data

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Executive Summary

A public interest litigation (PIL) has brought to the fore a simmering controversy over alleged safety signals concerning an indigenous oral rotavirus vaccine (Rotavac) developed through a unique public-private partnership in India.

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