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Moderna COVID-19 Boosters Show Preclinical Efficacy Versus South African Variant

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While preclinical data show boosters to MRNA-1273 can reduce the threat of viral variants, the biotech also told investors it sees no link between its vaccine and thrombotic episodes.

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