CDC panel wants more data before deciding whether to resume use of Johnson & Johnson vaccine
A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advisory panel decided during an emergency meeting on Wednesday that members need more data before voting on whether to resume use of Johnson & Johnson's one-dose COVID-19 vaccine. On Tuesday, the CDC and Federal Drug Administration recommended a pause in using the Johnson & Johnson vaccine after six women developed rare brain blood clots. The panel ...
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Editorial Roundup: US
Excerpts from recent editorials in the United States and abroad: ——— April 14 The Chicago Tribune on the federal pause of administering the Johnson & Johnson's coronavirus vaccine: Blood clots in veins that drain blood from the brain can lead to alarming strokelike results. The symptoms can be severe headaches, abdominal pain, leg pain and shortness of breath. That’s why it made sense for federal, state and local health officials to hit the pause button Tuesday and again on Wednesday on conti...
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Prosecutors announced charges, including murder, in the case of Ms. Smart, a California college student who disappeared as she walked back to her dorm in 1996.