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It’s a promising result, but it’s based on less than 1,200 patients and needs more validation.
In September, São Paulo Governor João Doria said Brazil’s federal government had also agreed to buy 60 million doses of CoronaVac, later telling reporters it “is the safest, the one with the best and most promising rates.”
While we’ve been hearing about the project and have even seen some promising demos come out of CES, it’s still not commercially available.
If you just learned about GameStop’s promising stock, you’ve probably already missed out on the most astronomic growth.
The simplest adjustment would be to elevate promising rookie guard Immanuel Quickley into the starting lineup.
Karakostis and Harvati’s 3-D models of ancient thumb dexterity represent a promising advance, says paleoanthropologist Carol Ward of the University of Missouri in Columbia.
Even at 39 cents apiece, he says, the book’s fast success helped establish publishing as a promising revenue stream for “Sesame Street.”
The answer, if we can capitalize on the recent promising trends, is to capitalize on the growing interest in outdoor activities.
Though the six-member ensemble has only released two songs—“So Bad” and “Like This” on the single album Star to a Young Culture—both have set a promising path for more hits ahead.
Once it looked promising, Sahin called Kathrin Jansen, the head of vaccine research and development at Pfizer.

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