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China SFDA Okays Commercial Production Of Bird Flu Vaccine

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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China's State FDA gave its approval to Sinovac Biotech to begin producing its avian influenza vaccine for humans. The Beijing-based company's general manager said the firm is able to produce new H5N1 vaccines as the virus mutates in humans. The SFDA intends for the vaccine to be on hand in time for the Olympics in Beijing this summer. The agency used a first-time procedure that allows it to approve commercial production at the same time it approves a drug license. Initial supplies of the vaccine are to be held in reserve by the government in case of a major bird flu outbreak. (Click here for more

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