China approves world's first inactivated Sabin polio vaccine

China's FDA has green-lighted the world's first Sabin strain inactivated polio vaccine--and a locally produced one, at that. The vaccine from the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences is based on the Sabin strain of polio used in the oral polio vaccine and will be incorporated into the country's childhood vaccination programs. Report

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