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Rich nations have cornered half of future COVID-19 vaccine supply: Oxfam

Rich nations have cornered half of future COVID-19 vaccine supply: Oxfam The news comes after multiple lawmakers have repeatedly said they do not have faith in the President's judgment about a vaccine and would only trust the integrity of a vaccine as determined by Fauci - who has been a leading voice on public health safety measures amid the coronavirus pandemic even as Trump has sought to undermine his guidance on masks and vaccine distribution. [Full Article...]

Will coronavirus pandemic get worse in winter?

Will coronavirus pandemic get worse in winter? Another concern for some people is the safety of the vaccine or not understanding the difference between a flu shot and the COVID-19 vaccine. "But we'll tell people all throughout flu season, if you haven't gotten the vaccine yet, it's still OK to get it and you're likely to benefit", she said. [Full Article...]

Jon Stewart slams Congress for not helping veterans, "It's about money"

Jon Stewart slams Congress for not helping veterans, As many as 3.5 million service members were exposed to burn pits and toxic chemicals during the first Gulf War through the global war on terrorism, said Sen. Danielle Robinson said her husband, Heath Robinson, developed stage-4 lung cancer after serving with the Ohio National Guard in Iraq , where he lived near burn pits. [Full Article...]

Health Officials Warn About Flesh-Eating Bacteria in CT

Health Officials Warn About Flesh-Eating Bacteria in CT The " Vibrio Vulnificus " bacteria can cause life threatening illness in the extreme infection cases, according to researchers. "This suggests the Vibrio bacteria may be present in salt or brackish water in or near Long Island Sound, and people should take precautions". [Full Article...]

Campagne de mobilisation de la Ligue contre le cancer — Pénurie de médicaments

Campagne de mobilisation de la Ligue contre le cancer — Pénurie de médicaments Selon le président de la Ligue contre le cancer , "dans le domaine du cancer , il y a 40 médicaments absolument majeurs qui ont connu pénurie et parfois des pénuries extrêmement prolongées et graves". Pour des médicaments utilisés dans le cadre du traitement du cancer de la vessie (BCG intravésical, Amétycine...), difficultés, ruptures d'approvisionnement et arrêts de commercialisation o... [Full Article...]

Anti-Inflammatory Drug May Shorten COVID-19 Recovery Time

Anti-Inflammatory Drug May Shorten COVID-19 Recovery Time The pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly announced that the combination of its rheumatoid arthritis treatment baricitinib with remdesivir reduced the recovery time in hospitalized patients with covid-19. The company is now planning to review this new data against preliminary findings from its phase 3 COV-BARRIER trial-a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial comparing baricitinib versu... [Full Article...]

Boston Sports Club’s parent company files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Boston Sports Club’s parent company files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy The filing lists the number of creditors as between 10,001 and 25,000, and the company's estimate assets and liabilities both at between $500 million and $1 billion. Like Peloton, Flywheel also sold stationary bikes for at-home workouts, however in February before the pandemic became widespread in the US, it pumped the brakes on its virtual classes after admitting to illegally ripping off Pelo... [Full Article...]

Pfizer could have working Covid-19 vaccine before the end of 2020

Pfizer could have working Covid-19 vaccine before the end of 2020 There are now nine vaccine candidates in late-stage human trials, although some have hit recent obstacles - pharma giant AstraZeneca and Oxford University momentarily paused clinical trials last week after a volunteer developed an unexplained illness. [Full Article...]

Cheaper Apple Watch SE to repeat the success of iPhone SE

Cheaper Apple Watch SE to repeat the success of iPhone SE Apple's now famous "September Event" would normally introduce a brand new iPhone to the world, but for reasons we can only speculate on that announcement will have to wait until October as this morning the company revealed new versions of their iPad and Apple Watches . [Full Article...]

Apple debuts discount watch, but no new iPhones ... yet

Apple debuts discount watch, but no new iPhones ... yet Its design, almost identical to the previous iPad Pro, ditches both the curved edges and Lightning port in favor of the much-desired USB-C port, along with support for the newest version of the Apple Pencil, as well as a smart connector on the back that works with the trackpad-equipped Magic Keyboard originally made for the iPad Pro. [Full Article...]

Le nombre de cancers devrait exploser d'ici à 2040 dans le monde

Le nombre de cancers devrait exploser d'ici à 2040 dans le monde Selon une récente étude de l'Organisation Mondiale de la Santé , les cas de cancer vont se multiplier dans les années à venir à l'échelle mondiale, surtout dans les pays pauvres. "Si nous mobilisions les différentes parties prenantes pour qu'elles travaillent ensemble, nous pourrions sauver au moins 7 millions de vies au cours de la prochaine décennie ", a affirmé le directeur de l'OMS , Te... [Full Article...]

China coronavirus vaccine may be ready for public in November

In that regard, Siegel said Bourla told the Food and Drug Administration that 44,000 people will be part of a vaccine test - meaning 22,000 get the vaccine and 22,000 do not. I think this is a very promising situation". Sinopharm said in July that its vaccine could be ready for public use by the end of this year after the conclusion of Phase 3 trials. [Full Article...]

World Health Organization reports record one-day rise in global cases of Covid-19

Two more people with Covid-19 have died in Northern Ireland. Additionally, there were 88 people released from isolation on Monday, raising that total to 26,065. A total of 1,057,435 people in Kentucky have been tested for COVID-19, and at least 10,918 people have reported that they have recovered, according to the latest information on the Commonwealth of Kentucky's official COVID-19 website. [Full Article...]

Oxford University resumes vaccine trial

Oxford University resumes vaccine trial In a press release this afternoon confirming the resumption of the trials, Oxford University said the pause had given time for a "review of safety data by an independent safety review committee, and the national regulators". The vaccine candidate BNT162b2 aims to train the immune system to recognize and neutralize the novel coronavirus by using a chemical messenger RNA to mimic the surface of th... [Full Article...]

Air quality statements in effect as wildfire smoke reaches Alberta

Air quality statements in effect as wildfire smoke reaches Alberta The Bay Area's air quality will be unhealthy for all residents on Monday and Tuesday and unhealthy for sensitive groups on Wednesday, air district spokeswoman Kristine Roselius said. You're advised to reduce or postpone strenuous outdoor activities. People should consider leaving the area if smoke levels are hazardous and they have heart disease, asthma and other respiratory conditions. [Full Article...]

Dak Prescott opens up about depression

Dak Prescott opens up about depression If you are suffering from any form of depression, please seek help", Bayless said during Friday's broadcast of his Fox Sports 1 program, " Undisputed ."While he spoke, Fox Sports put on screen a graphic offering a phone number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline". [Full Article...]

AstraZeneca vaccine trials resume

AstraZeneca vaccine trials resume The joint statement noted that scientific evidence for regulatory approval must come from "large, high quality clinical trials that are randomized and observer-blinded, with an expectation of appropriately designed studies with significant numbers of participants across diverse populations". [Full Article...]

Dining out may be a serious factor in COVID-19 risk

Dining out may be a serious factor in COVID-19 risk In addition to OH, the patients were tested in California, Colorado, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Tennessee, Utah and Washington. The findings came from a study conducted between June 1 and July 29, with 314 adults from 10 states. The participants did not have to specify whether they ate indoors or outdoors while dining, pointing that more research is required to establish w... [Full Article...]

Oxford Covid-19 vaccine trials resume after patient fell ill

Oxford Covid-19 vaccine trials resume after patient fell ill While Russia has already begun inoculating volunteers as part of a third phase of trials of the country's " Sputnik V ", Denis Logunov, the deputy research director at the Gamaleya Center who is leading the group developing Russia's first coronavirus vaccine, shares his take on what to expect from the COVID-19 vaccine. [Full Article...]

AstraZeneca says trials of vaccine resuming

AstraZeneca says trials of vaccine resuming This was followed by the first phase of trials on human subjects to test for safety, vaccine effectiveness, and the standard dose needed to produce antibodies at an appropriate level. "The first batches of the vaccine for testing the supply chain have already been shipped, we are now checking the delivery system so that the staff gets to know it". [Full Article...]


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