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Science Magazine: Race to find COVID-19 treatments accelerates

Science Magazine: Race to find COVID-19 treatments accelerates

As the world seeks to find ways to mitigate and treat the COVID-19 pandemic, a March 27 article in Nature sums up the status and urgency of treatment research. Lead authors Kai Kupferschmidt and Jon Cohen note that while global deaths have passed 17,000, WHO has begun...

Clinical Investigators: Unsung Heroes During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Clinical Investigators: Unsung Heroes During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Medpharmics, a New Orleans area clinical investigational site, recently trained local medics on how to properly administer COVID-19 tests. Medical Director Robert Jeanfreau, MD, believes that the thousands of smaller research sites across the country could form...

Lessons from Taiwan’s Response to COVID-19

Lessons from Taiwan’s Response to COVID-19

Taiwan, with about 23 million residents and about 2.7 million visitors from China in 2019, was at high risk for COVID-19. Yet they have only had 267 cases and two deaths. This relative success in our global pandemic warrants a closer look. While we have already...

Mass Antibody Blood Testing: The Path Forward to Combating COVID-19?

Mass Antibody Blood Testing: The Path Forward to Combating COVID-19?

An effective strategy to stopping COVID-19 includes widespread and periodic testing. This was the approach taken in the northern Italian town of Vo where the pandemic was slowed down as the University of Padua study contributed to local health officials to not...

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