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AZ, Sanofi’s nirsevimab hits primary endpoint in RSV trial

AZ, Sanofi’s nirsevimab hits primary endpoint in RSV trial

Drug reduced lower respiratory tract infections caused by respiratory syncytial virus in infants. ... Nearly all children will contract the virus before age two, leading to nearly 30 million acute lower respiratory tract infections globally each year.

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