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Coronavirus vaccine could have been fast-tracked if SARS funding wasn't axed: Adelaide scientist

SBS Monday, 13 April 2020
Professor Nikolai Petrovsky says the search for a COVID-19 vaccine could have been fast-tracked if funding for a SARS vaccine 13 years ago was not cut short.
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