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Divided House On Challenge Trials For COVID-19 Vaccines But Collaboration Goals Unite

India Commits To Global Access Amid Vaccine Nationalism Concerns

Executive Summary

High-profile experts including Anthony Fauci and Adrian Hill share views at the ICMR symposium on progressing safe COVID-19 vaccines backed by ethical trials executed with appropriate scientific rigor. Human challenge studies, "vaccine nationalism" and equitable access were among the key issues deliberated, while India committed to making its coronavirus vaccines and related capabilities available to the world.

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