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Pregnant People Are Not in Covid-19 Vaccine Trials — and That’s a Problem

Excluding pregnant people from vaccine trials has been the default for decades, but experts say this should be rethought — especially now

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In September, Molly Cohen, a city policy director in San Francisco, was reading a CNN article about Covid-19…




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