Europe OKs first one-dose drug to protect babies against RSV- it’s from AstraZeneca

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‘The European Commission has authorized the world’s first one-dose drug against a respiratory virus that sickens millions of babies and children globally every year.
In a statement Friday, drugmakers Sanofi and AstraZeneca said the European Commission had given the green light to nirsevimab, a laboratory-developed antibody designed to protect infants during their first exposure to RSV, or respiratory syncytial virus, a highly contagious common infection that infects nearly all babies by age 2.’

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www.latimes.com/world-nation/story/2022-11-04/europe-oks-1st-one-dose-drug-to-protect-babies-against-rsv

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