Ebola Vaccine Gets First Approval in Europe
European health authorities gave the world’s first Ebola vaccine a green light on Monday, marking a major breakthrough in the quest to prevent exposure to the deadly disease.
The European Commission adopted a recommendation to grant marketing authorization for the Ervebo vaccine, manufactured by Merck. The decision comes less than a month after European regulators recommended the drug’s approval.
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