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Vir/GSK Move Lead Coronavirus Antibody Into Phase III

Safety In 20 Phase II Patients Enabled Testing In 1,300 People

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Results from a Phase II/III study for VIR-7831 in the prevention of hospitalization due to COVID-19 are expected in late 2020 and early 2021.

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