Are vaccine developers stretching medical ethics? | COVID-19 Special

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    With news that a Vaccine might be around the corner vaccine developers BioNTech and Pfizer have sparked a surge of optimism. But the unsung heroes of this tale are the thousands of unpaid volunteers taking part in clinical trials, many in Latin America. However, it’s not clear when Latin Americans will actually get the vaccine. Many ethical questions are on the horizon. Who will get it first? How much will it cost? Will the rich or poor be first in line?

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