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Dr Reddy's, RDIF begin clinical trials for Russia's Sputnik V vaccine in India

DNA Tuesday, 1 December 2020
Dr Reddy's and RDIF had entered into a partnership to conduct clinical trials and rights for distribution of the first 100 million doses in India.
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