Former FDA Associate Commissioner Expresses Skepticism Over Russia Vaccine

Russia President Vladimir Putin says Russia is the first country to approve a coronavirus vaccine. Moscow has hailed the move as a sign of its scientific progress, but experts are concerned due to the lack of testing, as the vaccine still needs to complete its final trials. Peter Pitts, President for the Center of Medicine in the Public Interest, explains why he is so skeptical about Russia's vaccine.
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