USA-based gene therapy and vaccine company
Ocugen (Nasdaq: OCGN) has seen its shares bosted by news that the
US Food and Drug Administration is to lift a clinical hold on one
the firm’s coronavirus vaccine program.
Development work on the company’s whole virus
inactivated COVID-19 jab, Covaxin, will now resume.
The jab is currently in Phase II/III testing,
following on from approval in India and a handful of countries,
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