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Ensuring an ethical path to a ‘warp speed’ vaccine

Avaccine for COVID-19 is seen by many—rightly or wrongly—as the finish line for the pandemic, the shot that will mark the resumption...

Navigating cytokine storms

Pairing their expertise, Nilam Mangalmurti of the Perelman School of Medicine and Christopher Hunter of the School of Veterinary Medicine have been...

LGBTQ data added to the state’s COVID-19 testing

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced on March 13 that the state will include LGBTQ-specific information as part of its COVID-19 data collection.

Researchers analyze ethics of allocating medical resources in COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has left many healthcare providers scrambling for resources to treat cases over the last several months. And public health...

A possible link between certain psoriasis treatments and respiratory-tract infection risk

After examining data from large trials of autoimmune-disease medications called Interleukin-17 (IL-17) inhibitors, researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine found individuals who took...

What are the economic and health effects when states reopen?

New Penn Wharton Budget Model predicts 212,000 additional deaths related to the coronavirus but the recouping of around 18 million jobs by...

FOLDING AT HOME

As a Navy veteran who worked on a nuclear submarine, Douglas White is no stranger to living in isolation and using the...

CNN: Beijing tightens grip over coronavirus research, amid US-China row on virus origin

China has imposed restrictions on the publication of academic research on the origins of the novel coronavirus, according to a central government directive...

As many labs go quiet, research to find a coronavirus therapy ramps up

Virologists Susan Weiss, Sara Cherry, and others at the Perelman School of Medicine are collaborating to inform the search for therapies against...
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