China Still Leading Vaccines Race Despite Moderna Data, US 'Warp Speed' Plan?
Four In Phase I/II Vs Two From US
The unveiling of US president Donald Trump’s 'Warp Speed’ plan to fast-track a coronavirus vaccine and the latest promising Phase I data from Moderna's candidate haven't seemed to swing China’s belief that it’s still leading the race.
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