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UK to launch world-first COVID-19 human challenge study in the ‘next few weeks’

UK to launch world-first COVID-19 human challenge study in the ‘next few weeks’

Human challenge studies have been used previously to support the development of treatments for a range of disease, including malaria, typhoid, cholera, norovirus and influenza.

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