Pfizer declares 'first-ever' PhIII win for RSV vaccine in infants — and it's steering straight to FDA
In a first, Pfizer says it’s demonstrated that it can protect infants from respiratory syncytial virus by vaccinating their mothers during pregnancy.
Pfizer is stopping enrollment in its Phase III MATISSE trial after it met one of two primary endpoints at an interim analysis by the external data monitoring committee. As measured by severe medically attended lower respiratory tract (MA-LRTI) illness through the first 90 days of life, the committee found an efficacy of 81.8% (CI: 40.6%, 96.3%). The number fell to 69.4% over the six-month follow-up period.
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