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Researchers Looking for More Volunteers in RSV Vaccine Study

Nashville’s News Channel 5 recently interviewed Clinical Research Associates, Inc. Medical Director Dr. Stephan Sharp to discuss the dangers posed by RSV both to children and adults, and about the vaccine clinical study.  Read more about the RSV study and the need for a vaccine below. NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — RSV vaccine trials have been …

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With No RSV Vaccine Available, WKRN Reports RSV Cases Have Risen Among Adults

WKRN News 2 recently reported that cases of Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) have risen among adults this year, and that currently there is no RSV vaccine available. Fortunately, Clinical Research Associates, Inc. and other research sites around the world are working hard to study potential RSV vaccines. Additional volunteers are needed to help researchers do …

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RSV Cases in Tennessee Rise, Vaccine Needed

RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus) is traditionally considered a childhood infection, and it certainly infects and hospitalizes many children and infants each year in Tennessee. But, like many other viruses we get in childhood, it can return with a vengeance when we get older. The estimated average is for 177,000 hospitalizations and 14,000 deaths each year …

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Local Media Highlights CRA’s Role in Pediatric Vaccine Clinical Study

Nashville’s daily newspaper, The Tennessean, recently highlighted Clinical Research Associates’ role in a recent article, headlined “This week in COVID-19: Pfizer vaccine for kids, mandates for workers.” In the article, healthcare reporter Brett Kelman spoke with Allison King, whose three sons are enrolled in the pediatric COVID-19 vaccine clinical study here at Clinical Research Associates. …

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