Demand for the vaccine is vastly exceeding supply.
Search / 25 results found Showing: 1-10 of 25
A conversation with a doctor friend.
Some of the infected are asymptomatic & may spread it to others.
Judge blocks Ind. law restricting polling hour extension.
June 23, I interviewed Dr. Nir Menachemi, chair of the Department of Health Policy and Management at the IU Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health, for the second time. I had some questions for him, including those of some Facebook friends.
On Monday, Eli Lilly announced it has begun studying an experimental drug that has been derived from a blood sample of an individual that survived COVID-19.
The economy can’t fully open without first bringing the virus under control, say researchers.
The big question is: What will we learn from this world-wide catastrophe? Can we use these days of enforced idleness as a foundation for improving our lives, not just returning to what was, but developing what should be?
One of Tran’s clinical duties, as an infectious disease attending physician at the VA Hospital, is advising emergency room staff. You also might find him at the School of Medicine conducting research on malaria using collected blood samples from Kenya and Mali.
We were gone three weeks, managed to miss at least one winter storm. What we were unable to avoid was the corona virus, also known as COVID-19.