FDA Panel Agrees GSK’s RSV Vaccine Is Effective But Wants More Data Before Approval
Advisory committee votes 10-2 that data are adequate to support safety of the vaccine in adults 60 and older, voicing concern about small potential safety signals after co-administration with influenza shot. Several members question rush to market with just one season of data.
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