Moderna Vaccine Shows Signs It Can Stop Virus From Replicating, CEO Says

May.18 — An experimental vaccine from the U.S. biotechnology company Moderna Inc. showed signs that it can create an immune-system response to fend off the new coronavirus, offering tentative hopes in the global effort to combat the pandemic. Moderna Chief Executive Officer Stephane Bance talks about it on “Bloomberg Markets.”

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    Moderna is an American biotechnology company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts that focuses on drug discovery, drug development, and vaccine technologies based exclusively on messenger RNA.

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