The controversy surrounding Covid-19’s origin continues to heat up, as the National Institutes of Health’s recent removal of genetic data about the novel coronavirus virus from the NIH archive was brought into the spotlight.
Although it’s difficult, when faced with a cancer diagnosis, it’s important to find the best health care facility to receive treatment. Improving the future of cancer tech, this posting looks at some of the most high-tech cancer hospitals in America.
Thermo Fisher Scientific launched a new collaborative unit that aims to standardize the metabolomics community’s efforts as the company engages in more large-scale cohort studies and clinical research.
A new study by researchers at the University College London (UCL) published in Lancet Infectious Diseases finds that although the U.K. variant of SARS-CoV-2 known as B.1.1.7 is more transmissible than the wild-type, original Wuhan strain, it is likely not more deadly.
Numerous companies presented clinical trial data and updates at the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) Virtual Congress 2020.
Paris-based Sanofi and Houston-based The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center entered a five-year strategic partnership to develop immune therapies and targeted cancer treatments.
The immuno-oncology therapy CAR-T utilizes specific types of immune cells, T-cells, which are drawn from the cancer patient, supercharged and infused back into the patient. Now, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center has developed a slightly different approach using a different type of immune cell called Natural Killer (NK) cells.
The Department of Justice leveled more charges against members of the U.S. science community who have alleged ties to China.
With an increased need for the development of vaccines for various illnesses, Pfizer responded with the launch of the company’s Vaccines Division’s Centers of Excellence Network.
The U.S. Senate confirmed Stephen Hahn as commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in a 72-18 vote.