In the midst of an economic lockdown unprecedented in modern times, the question facing governments across the globe is how to effectively restart their engines.
Sarah Thebarge, a 41-year-old physician assistant living in San Francisco, takes a pill every day to treat her lupus, a chronic condition that causes unbearable joint pain, fatigue and fainting spells.
In the race for a COVID-19 vaccine, the University of Oxford has stormed to an early lead with the commercial manufacturing support of British drugmaker AstraZeneca. Now, in an effort to scale up capacity for global demand, one of AstraZeneca's manufacturing partners has struck a deal for new equipment.
Following the recall of Spartan Bioscience’s COVID-19 test by Health Canada, a report suggests this demonstrates the challenges associated with rapid approval.