Dr. Jenna Bollyky

internal medicine/clinical trials specialist working on the Stanford study

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Stanford started a study this week to find the safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine dosage for kids under age 12.

Safe COVID vaccine for kids? Stanford researchers are working to make it happen in Pfizer study

Stanford started a study this week to find the safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine dosage for kids under age 12.

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