CureVac Denies Takeover Reports As It Slates Phase I Coronavirus Vaccine Study For Early Summer
The German biotech firm has denied receiving any offer from the Trump administration in a wide-ranging conference call that also addressed recent changes at the top, its clinical timeline for a coronavirus vaccine and new funds from the European Commission to boost production.
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