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June 17, 2014 12:05 PM

FDA approves Novartis vaccine plant in Holly Springs

Federal regulators have issued approval for a five-year-old vaccine plant in Holly Springs that Swiss drugmaker Novartis said will be the first U.S. facility to make commercial supplies of flu vaccine from cell cultures instead of chicken eggs.

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