The COVID-19 vaccine was developed in less than a year — and that’s totally fine

I’m a clinical trials geek. I keep hearing people talk about the seven to ten years it takes to make a vaccine and how dangerous speeding this up might be. The word that keeps popping up is “rushed,” and it is making the average person nervous about vaccine safety. So, as a clinical trials doctor, I am going to tell you what I do for most of those ten years – and it is not very much. I’m not lazy. I submit grants, have them rejected, resubmit them, wait for a review, resubmit them somewhere else, sometimes in a loop of…

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