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'Our moon shot': The world needs a coronavirus vaccine ASAP. Despite drugmakers billion-dollar bets, one might not be available for years.

On Apr 24, 2020
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Developing a new vaccine typically takes many years, but pharmaceutical companies are trying to push one out in the next 12-18 months.

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RT @messageplicity: 'Our moon shot': Vaccine makers go ahead with unproven candidates to meet 2021 goal – that experts say may be unrealistic by @eweise and @davidhth for @usatoday https://t.co/UzbXs5Xdae #Vaccine #COVID19 #Medical
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'Our moon shot': The world needs a coronavirus vaccine ASAP. Despite drugmakers billion-dollar bets, one might not be available for years.

Developing a new vaccine typically takes many years, but pharmaceutical companies are trying to push one out in the next 12-18 months.

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