Clinical trial indicates monoclonal antibody lowered hospitalizations and emergency visits

COVID-19 (coronavirus) patients who were administered a novel antibody had fewer symptoms and were less likely to require hospitalization or emergency medical care than those who did not receive the antibody, according to a new study published in the The New England Journal of Medicine. The multisite, Phase II clinical trial tested three different doses […]

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Americans agree: Improving our public health system is an urgent priority

As COVID-19 infections escalate, Americans across the political divide demonstrate pronounced support for public health. According to a recently-commissioned survey by Research!America on behalf of a working group formed to address our nation’s commitment to science, a strong bipartisan majority of Americans place an urgent or high priority on improving our nation’s public health system […]

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Robotically precise diagnostics and therapeutics for degenerative disc disorder

Lower back pain caused by degenerative disc disorder affects approximately 40% of the population over 40 and though many of us may never experience adverse effects from the disorder, it is the cause of chronic back pain for numerous Americans. Recent imaging diagnostics and cellular based direct-injection therapeutics for degenerative disc and spinal cord injuries […]

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