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What is the business of a COVID-19 vaccine? Who will be developing it, where does the money come from, and how does the business of vaccine development affect when and how we will see a vaccine that could end this pandemic? @katie_thomas breaks it down: https://t.co/b7UCqe9z5g
Here's something a little different from me: A young researcher had been racing since January to find a coronavirus treatment. Then the virus hit home when her mother, a nurse's assistant, was assigned to a Covid-19 ward. https://t.co/dhRSB40WWK
This morning, we're releasing a look at all the clinical trials against #COVID19. One big conclusion: we've spent a lot of resources on #Hydroxychloroquine, probably too much. https://t.co/960SeInWqa You see that Jupiter-sized orb towering above all those other planets? https://t.co/o1VtRutKKc
A decade ago, two boys captivated me with their reflections on their dad’s deployment to Afghanistan. Then @leslyedavis and I got to do something rare but essential in journalism: Go back, again and again. @nytimes @NetflixFilm out July 17. For now, this https://t.co/CezT3wcsCi
So looking forward to finally seeing this on July 17! https://t.co/1RTxOLcpnl
“What worries me is not this week, where we’re still kind of handling it,” said Roberta Schwartz, Houston Methodist’s chief innovation officer, who’s been helping lead the system’s efforts to expand beds for COVID-19 patents. “I’m really worried about next week.” https://t.co/omjg7Xa5Pn
Have you gotten confusing or conflicting information from a health professional about coronavirus transmission or symptoms lately? Please DM me—I’m interested in where the biggest sources of ambiguity are so the best information can get out! This would be for an @nytimes story.
Two friends went to the same Texas emergency room for drive-through coronavirus tests. One was billed $199. The other was billed $6,408. Turns out, the price of a coronavirus test can vary by thousands of dollars in the same ER. My latest: https://t.co/Zt98CzlSoL
I thought I knew the Insys story, having reported on it from the beginning, but this @frontlinepbs documentary still managed to take my breath away in places. Thanks for including me. With @RodBoydILM @gilliantett and others... https://t.co/DLXzaIwqde