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FDA Halts Off-the-Shelf Engineered T-Cell Trial

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A company designing gene-edited T-cells as cancer therapies stopped its clinical trial of a treatment for multiple myeloma when a patient in the trial died. . . . → Read More: FDA Halts Off-the-Shelf Engineered T-Cell Trial

FDA Sets Review Criteria for Covid-19 Vaccines

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The Food and Drug Administration issued its standards that developers need to meet in evidence submitted for review of vaccines to prevent Covid-19 infections. . . . → Read More: FDA Sets Review Criteria for Covid-19 Vaccines

Infographic – Steps to Control Covid-19 Transmission

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The Lancet prepared a chart with the most effective measures for controlling person-to-person transmission, reproduced as this weekend’s infographic. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Steps to Control Covid-19 Transmission

Convalescent Plasma Found Safe as Covid-19 Therapy

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Donated blood plasma from people who recovered from Covid-19 infections is found to cause few serious side effects when given as a treatment for infections in others. . . . → Read More: Convalescent Plasma Found Safe as Covid-19 Therapy

FDA Clears Video Game ADHD Therapy

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A video game designed to help children improve their inattention and other symptoms of ADHD received authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. . . . → Read More: FDA Clears Video Game ADHD Therapy

Economic Model IDs Pandemic Business Opening Risks

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As communities try to manage their economies during the Covid-19 pandemic, three economists offer a model to help decide which businesses to open after shutting down. . . . → Read More: Economic Model IDs Pandemic Business Opening Risks

Weak Covid-19 App Privacy Found, Risk Software in Works

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An analysis of mobile apps tracking Covid-19 cases and symptoms finds most lack basic privacy protections, despite collecting personal identifying information. . . . → Read More: Weak Covid-19 App Privacy Found, Risk Software in Works

Infographic – Major Cities Far Short of Herd Immunity

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The data show in major American and European cities, as well as Wuhan, China, the percentage of the population with antibodies against the coronavirus. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Major Cities Far Short of Herd Immunity

FDA Analyzing Real-World Evidence on Covid-19

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The Food and Drug Administration is analyzing collections of health records to gain more evidence-based insights into the course of the Covid-19 pandemic. . . . → Read More: FDA Analyzing Real-World Evidence on Covid-19

FDA Stops Home Covid-19 Diagnostic Test

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The Food and Drug Administration asked designers of a Covid-19 test collecting samples at home for research to stop giving results to individuals. . . . → Read More: FDA Stops Home Covid-19 Diagnostic Test