Recent studies have shown that patients with weakened immune systems — which enables the virus that causes COVID-19 to remain longer in the body, copy itself, and continually change — may enable the development of new, slightly different versions of the virus (variants).
In an interview, WHO senior adviser Bruce Aylward warned that richer nations must not step back from tackling COVID-19 as a global problem now, ahead of future potential waves of infection.
As of Thursday, 4.4 million people had received redesigned COVID-19 booster shots, a few weeks into the government’s new vaccination campaign.
Pfizer Inc said on Thursday it would supply up to 6 million courses of its COVID-19 antiviral treatment to NGO Global Fund for low- and middle-income countries that seeks to address worldwide disparities in COVID response.
Moderna Inc will supply 12 million doses of its COVID-19 shot adapted to target the Omicron variant of the coronavirus to Canada, the company said on Monday.
For our 40th Anniversary Edition, we asked our editorial advisory board members to talk about the most significant strides they’ve seen over the course of their careers, how client challenges have changed, thoughts on talent and recruitment strategies, and trends that are advancing the industry. Obviously one of the biggest changes has been the role of digital technology and its part in personalization. But frankly, we barely scratched the surface!
Panacell Biotech plans to initiate a program to investigate the use of natural killer (NK) immune cells, exosomes and brown adipose-derived stem cells to treat Long COVID.
Gilead’s total revenue for Q2 increased 1% to $6.3 billion compared to Q2 in 2021. Overall, the company exceeded both its own expectations and the predictions of market analysts for the second quarter.
‘Living with COVID’: Where the pandemic could go next By Jennifer Rigby and Julie Steenhuysen LONDON/CHICAGO, Aug 1 (Reuters) – As the third winter of the coronavirus pandemic looms in the northern hemisphere, scientists are warning weary governments and populations alike to brace for more waves of COVID-19. In the United States alone, there could […]
Scientists around the world are working to expand the knowledge base and the U.S. government is ramping up testing and vaccine availability.