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No trace of mRNA vaccine found in breast milk; gene found that helps identify COVID-19 early

In a roundup of scientific studies on the novel coronavirus, a small study suggests no traces of mRNA vaccines end up in mothers’ breast milk and a gene called IFI27 that becomes activated early in Covid-19 might help identify people most likely to have contracted the virus after coming in contact with an infected person.


Opdivo/Yervoy Combo Fails to Meet Endpoints in Head and Neck Cancer

Bristol Myers Squibb shared new details on the global biopharmaceutical firm’s Phase III research on a potential first-line treatment for people who have been diagnosed with recurrent or metastatic squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck. 


Regeneron Plans to Create 1,000 New Jobs with $1.8 Billion NY Expansion

Regeneron continues to expand the company’s presence in New York. During the next six years, Regeneron will invest $1.8 billion to expand the company’s Tarrytown facilities. The investment will support the addition of 1,000 new jobs.