Valneva, Pfizer Say Antibody Levels High For Lyme Disease Vaccine Candidate

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 Valneva, Pfizer Say Antibody Levels High For Lyme Disease Vaccine Candidate
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Dec 1 (Reuters) - VALNEVA SE:


* VALNEVA AND PFIZER REPORT SIX-MONTH ANTIBODY PERSISTENCE DATA IN CHILDREN AND ADULTS FOR LYME DISEASE VACCINE CANDIDATE

* ANTIBODY LEVELS REMAINED ABOVE BASELINE SIX MONTHS AFTER COMPLETION OF A THREE-DOSE (MONTH 0-2-6) OR A TWO-DOSE (MONTH 0-6) VACCINATION SCHEDULE

* THERE WERE NO SAFETY CONCERNS OBSERVED IN THIS SIX-MONTH OBSERVATIONAL FOLLOW UP

* HIGHER ANTIBODY LEVELS WERE OBSERVED IN THE THREE-DOSE VACCINATION SCHEDULE VERSUS TWO-DOSE VACCINATION SCHEDULE Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdansk Newsroom)

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