The Lancet has not questioned the Russian data vaccine, a group of experts has done so

You have sent us a news from Infobase whose headline suggests that the prestigious journal The Lancet has questioned its own conclusions about the Russian covid-19 vaccine Sputnik V, whose efficacy and safety results were published in February in an article verified by the scientific community. This is MISLEADING. The Lancet published on 12 May a letter entitled “Data discrepancies in the deficient reporting of preliminary data from the Sputnik V phase 3 trial”, in which a group of scientists raise up their doubts about the article published in February, but this text does not represent a consensus opinion from the journal as a such.

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