ZIKA Vaccine Likely Years Away, Watchdog Says
National Institutes of Health officials think a Zika vaccine could be developed in three to four years, but Congress’s watchdog is skeptical. “NIH officials have reported that a Zika virus disease vaccine may be developed within three-four years, but we believe it is likely to take longer,” the Government Accountability Office wrote in a Thursday blog…
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