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Sanofi Optimistic On Dengue Vaccine In India Despite Waiver Blow

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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Sanofi believes it can work out a deal with Indian regulators that will not delay access to its new dengue vaccine in the country after a health ministry panel refused its request to waive local Phase III trials.

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