How one Covid-19 patient's antibodies became a powerful, mass-produced drug to save others.
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From a tape-based approach that speeds up results to solar-powered devices, testing for viruses is about to become radically different.
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The virus is a master of swapping its genes to mutate. But this could be its Achilles' heel.
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I found more than a century of research showing strokes liked to infectious diseases
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An Antarctic expedition in the 1960s hints that respiratory viruses can linger inside us longer than we think
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PCR, rapid antigen tests and antibody tests have made headlines, but there's a different method to spot infections, and it might detect them earlier.
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Listen to a discussion about an overlooked pandemic phenomenon, and read about how we catch multiple viruses simultaneously.
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Why we should listen to the experts on the SARS 2003 outbreak and think about vaccine manufacturing scale-up now — rather than later.
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Many people don't realize they have genetic mutations that make them immunocompromised.
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“It should make us rethink dozens of diseases, if not hundreds,” according to scientists.
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Scientists have a better picture about why these rare blood abnormalities might arise—but they don't yet have a consensus.
Scientists have found strong similarities between a fatal tampon-related condition and the molecular hallmarks of a complication of the coronavirus.
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