Pfizer’s RSV Vaccine: Two Positive Votes Don’t Necessarily Add Up To AdComm Endorsement
Pfizer got positive standalone votes on safety and efficacy for its RSV vaccine in older adults at a US FDA advisory committee, but only three advisors – a minority of the 12-member panel – endorsed both the safety and effectiveness of the firm’s candidate.
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