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J & J pauses Coronavirus vaccine tests after participants become ill

Highlights: Johnson & Johnson said Monday that it temporarily suspended clinical tests of its Covid-19 vaccine contenders due to an undescribed disease among study competitors. They were detaining one of the most profiled tries to control the global epidemic.

WASHINGTON: J & J said Monday that it temporarily suspended its Covid-19 vaccine contenders clinical tests to an undescribed disease among study competitors. It was delaying one of the most profiled tries to control the global epidemic.

The agency said an independent and safety are observing board and the agency’s clinical and welfare physicians review and evaluate competitors’ illness in a statement.

On Tuesday morning, the quarterly financial results report, J&J said that such breaks are regular in large-scale tests, including several thousand public. It said the “study break” in administering the dose to vaccine contender was different from the “regulatory hold” needed by health administrations.

In the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, the Professor of Spreading Diseases, Dr. William Schaffner, said in an email that “everyone is on the lookout for what happened to AstraZeneca,” also said that it could pull up to a week to collect more details. He further added, “It’s going to be a severe unpleasant incident. If it were something like prostate cancer, uncontrolled diabetes, or a heart attack – they couldn’t terminate it for any reason. Maybe it could be a nervous event”.

The previous month, J&J said it’s trial Covid-19 vaccine had developed a strong resistance in opposition to the novel coronavirus in early to mid-term clinical tests. The agency began trials of a final 70,000 people, with results expected later this year.

Johnson and Johnson reduced to give details about the illness. Some participants in the study received a placebo. It was not always logical whether any person suffering from a severe unpleasant event in a clinical test received a placebo or the cure.

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