Ensuring Vaccine Safety for Children: How researchers have expanded COVID-19 vaccine studies to include kids

November 16, 2021

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  • Studying the safety and effectiveness of vaccines in children demands a special approach.
  • Children’s organs are at different stages of development — and so are their minds.
  • Clinics take steps to build a comfortable, kid-friendly environment for children participating in clinical trials.

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