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Can Lab-Grown Antibodies Cure COVID-19?

Doctors are seeking to grow some of the body’s most potent disease-fighting weapons in a test tube and deploy them against COVID-19.
The treatment, known as monoclonal antibody therapy, could serve as...

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WHO Aiming for 2 Billion Doses of COVID Vaccine by End of 2021

The World Health Organization’s (WHO) chief scientist said Thursday the agency hopes there will be about two billion doses of a vaccine against COVID-19 by the end of next year that would be reserved ...

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COVID School Lockdowns Leading to Increase in Violence Against ...

WASHINGTON – More and more children are victims of hate, bullying, and violence online because of the coronavirus pandemic, a new United Nations report said.
According to the experts, without access t...

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Philips announces collaboration with American Telemedicine ...

June 18, 2020 Two leading organizations join forces to drive future telehealth strategies across hospital settings into the home propelled by COVID-19 Jeroen Tas, Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer at Philips to deliver executive spotlight address at Annual ATA Virtual Conference Amsterdam, the Netherlands and Washington, DC – Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA), a […]Read More

PRA Health Sciences ready to navigate RACE Act requirements for ...

U.S. law requiring clinical research for pediatric oncology treatments goes into effect mid-August 2020 RALEIGH, N.C., June 18, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Between 2007-2017, 78 novel adult cancer agents were approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration,1 but none of those drugs were researched to determine effectiveness for pediatric cancers. That is about to […]Read More