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Johnson & Johnson said it will discontinue the late-stage study of its experimental respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) adult vaccine, weeks after rivals Pfizer and GSK gained a lead in the race for the first vaccine against the virus. J&J made the decision in order "to focus on medicines with the greatest potential benefit to patients," the company said on Wednesday. The drugmaker, which started the global study in 2021 in more than 27,000 adults aged 60 years and older, did not provide any further details about the trial.