How a couple’s quest to cure cancer led to the West’s first covid-19 vaccine
Vaccine is one of the fastest developed ever, but it was also 30 years in the making, starting with two Turkish-born scientists in a small German town
Germany: The story of the first covid-19 vaccine to be authorized in the West began 30 years ago in rural Germany when two young physicians, the children of Turkish migrants and freshly in love, pledged to invent a new treatment for cancer.
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