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'Off-label' use is common in medicine – a bioethicist and legal philosopher explain why the COVID-19 vaccines are different

By Elizabeth Lanphier, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Bioethicist, University of Cincinnati
Shannon Fyfe, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Adjunct Professor of Law, George Mason University
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The CDC’s COVID-19 vaccine provider agreement prohibits health care professionals from administering the vaccines in people for whom they are not yet authorized or approved. But this departs from longstanding norms.The Conversation

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