• Kyodo News


A government panel has given conditional approval to swine flu vaccines made by British and Swiss companies, paving the way for sales in Japan.

A working group from the health ministry’s drug and food hygiene advisory panel determined Saturday that the medicine should pose no problems as long as the results of the foreign companies’ clinical tests are reported promptly, ministry officials said.

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