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2020

   

J&J Halts Covid-19 Vaccine Trial Due to Unexplained Illness


Establishing Vaccine Safety

 

Here’s How the Pandemic Finally Ends


Ask the Experts: Vaccines and Vaccinationalism


It’s possible there won’t be a COVID vaccine


China and Russia adopt ‘one team’ mindset on COVID vaccines vs US


Republicans are furiously gaslighting Americans who worry about Trump rushing out a vaccine for the election

Qué fue el incidente Cutter y cómo ayudó a que el desarrollo de vacunas sea más seguro


Inside Oxford’s Vaccine Saga: From Wild Hype to Sobering Reality


Vaccine Economics: Where Profit and Public Health Collide


Gain Trust for Vaccine


Past vaccine disasters show why rushing a coronavirus vaccine now would be ‘colossally stupid’


What Happens If China Gets the Covid-19 Vaccine First?


The Need for A Balanced Portfolio – Vaccine-Wise


How Politics Muddied the Waters on a Promising COVID-19 Treatment


China’s Vaccine Front-Runner Aims to Beat Covid the Old-Fashioned Way


Congressman Kim Holds Telephone Town Hall on Potential Coronavirus Vaccine


Time Needed for Vaccine

 


Vaccine Opportunities and Risks

 


Operation Warp Speed


The two sides of America’s coronavirus response


Russian Coronavirus Controversy


Russia’s coronavirus vaccine: will it work, and is it safe?


How do we learn to live with COVID-19 if we’re still waiting for a vaccine a year from now?


Race to distribute vaccine in danger without winning public’s trust, researchers say


First Covid-19 vaccines due early 2021, but can they deliver as promised?


AstraZeneca Signs First COVID-19 Vaccine Deal with China’s Shenzhen Kangtai


Medical Experts Wary of “Warp Speed” Coronavirus Vaccine


Why scientists are worried about a ‘Warp Speed’ COVID-19 vaccine


Making Sure We Get a Safe & Effective Coronavirus Vaccine


A Covid-19 vaccine, amazingly, is close. Why am I so worried?


What’s With the Quick Russian Coronavirus Vaccine Approval?


Even With A Vaccine, It Will Take Months If Not Years to Beat the Coronavirus


A Coronavirus Vaccine Won’t Change the World Right Away


The US Government Gets in the Vaccine Business


Double-Shot Covid Vaccines Multiply Immunization Challenges


COVID-19 vaccine researchers draw on knowledge from history’s ‘huge disasters’ and success stories


The Economics Of Vaccine Pricing

Planet Money


The need for a balanced COVID-19 portfolio


COVID Gives Big Pharma a Chance to Revive Its Brutal Image


Partying American Just Got a Reality Check From The Coronavirus


The First Covid Vaccines May Not Prevent Covid Infection


Can Operation Warp Speed deliver a COVID19 vaccine by the end of the year


Addressing rumors, conspiracy theories related to coronavirus


The Pandemic’s Most Bitter Pill


The Race for a Coronavirus Vaccine


Everything Old is New Again


The Race for a Cure


Slow down with the vaccine optimism. We have a long way to go.


Should researchers deliberately infect volunteers with coronavirus to test vaccines?


Drugmakers Tout COVID-19 Vaccines To Refurbish Their Public Image

 


The FDA used expanded power to fight the coronavirus. Will future credibility suffer?


Coronavirus Facts Only


Covid Exit Strategy Depends on Getting Vaccine to Whole World


Five myths about vaccines


It is Impossible to Have a Vaccine by End of Year


What a sugar cube can teach us as we develop a coronavirus vaccine


Coronavirus Vaccine in 18 Months? Experts Urge Reality Check


Vaccine Experts Inject Realism Into US Gov’t’s COVID-19 Timeline


Covid-19 and the Race to Develop a Vaccine


The Body: A Guide for Occupants


In a period of ‘social distancing,’ reading history might valuably occupy your time


Debunking Myths About COVID-19, Treatment, Vaccines


A book that should interest everyone who has a body


2e vague du coronavirus : inquiétude en Allemagne, un scénario similaire en France ?


An Optimist’s View of the COVID-19 Outbreak


2019


The return of cancer’s magic bullet


The End of the Beginning: Cancer, Immunity, and the Future of a Cure


A cancer researcher chronicles the history of the disease and the prospects in the search for a cure.


The C-word. Michael Kinch’s new book and the future of Cancer Treatment


Medical History: Vaccines and Immunity


Wash U’s Michael Kinch Traces Past, Future Of Cancer In ‘The End Of The Beginning’


2018

TURNS OUT ANTI-VAXXERS WERE AROUND EVEN BEFORE VACCINES


Current State of the Vaccine Wars

BYUradio


New Book: Vaccines Have Always Had Haters


Wash U administrator’s new book explores history, future of vaccination



‘Between Hope and Fear’ Review: Anxieties Immune to Reason


Why vaccinations are lifesavers


2017

Mining data for the history of pharmaceutical development


2016

Arrested development


Drug Industry In Peril


2015

Restarting the Antibiotic Pipeline


Antibiotics shortages could put patients at risk from superbugs


Antibiotic Shortages On the Rise in U.S.


University-industry partnerships can help tackle antibiotic resistant bacteria


Antibiotic Pulled From Dirt Is a Breakthrough, But Don’t Celebrate Just Yet


2014


A History of Drugs, Compiled


The Dwindling Stock of Antibiotics, and What to Do About It


How Many Drug Companies Manage to Get Two New Drugs Approved by FDA? Not Many


What to do about the dwindling stock of antibiotics


Merck invests in new antibiotics


The end of antibiotics? Researchers warn of critical shortages


The Antibiotic Arms Race Has a Capitalism Problem


The Importance of Protecting Biotech R&D


How To Fill The Antibiotic Void


Amoxicillin to Zoloft: History of drug development chronicled


‘The process by which drugs are discovered and developed will be fundamentally different in the future​’