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Pfizer’s 20-Valent Vaccine And Prevnar Successor Succeeds In Phase III

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The company still plans to file 20vPnC for US FDA approval by the end of 2020 after the pneumococcal vaccine was non-inferior to Prevnar and to Pneumovax on six additional serotypes in older patients.

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