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SARS vaccine to begin human trials

The NIAID has started the first human trial for a SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) vaccine. The infectious viral disease first surfaced two years ago. The trial aims to assess the vaccine's safety and ability to start antibody production and cellular immunity.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by CIDRAP

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About: SARS vaccine to begin human trials

Date: 14 December 2004

Source: CIDRAP


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