COVID-19 Promise Fulfilled, But Where Next For mRNA Vaccines?
After a baptism of fire during the coronavirus pandemic, mRNA vaccine technology has earned its stripes. In less than a year, mRNA vaccines have been catapulted from interesting pipeline prospects to game-changers in the fight against COVID-19. But what does this success mean for the future of the technology?
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