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Trials of Oxford University’s potential coronavirus vaccine could resume within days after being paused for an urgent investigation into possible adverse side-effects.

It is understood that Astrazeneca, the British drugmaker working with Oxford, halted new enrolment on trials after a British volunteer showed symptoms of transverse myelitis (TM), a rare inflammatory condition that affects the spinal cord.

Stat, the health industry website which first reported the hiatus, said that a woman was suspected to have TM but the diagnosis was not confirmed, and she was on course to be discharged from hospital as early as last night.



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