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COVID antibody drugs from Lilly and Regeneron won’t do much to boost their top lines: analysts

When Eli Lilly won emergency use authorization for its COVID-19 antibody drug, bamlanivimab, earlier this week, beating Regeneron to the finish line in a closely watched race, it was viewed as both good news and bad news. Now that Wall Street analysts have had a couple of days to digest the approval, some have concluded… Read More »

Almost half of all councils in England saw their Covid-19 infection rate DROP last week

Almost half of all councils in England saw their Covid-19 infection rate DROP last week, data shows EXCLUSIVE: As many as 69 out of 149 councils recorded a dip in their Covid-19 infection rates, data shows And only three local authorities suffered surges in coronavirus infection rates higher than 50 per cent  Devon recorded the… Read More »

‘No Mercy’ Chapter 2: Unimaginable, After a Century, That Their Hospital Would Close

Can’t see the audio player? Click here to listen. Closing a hospital hurts. In Fort Scott, Kansas, no one was a bigger symbol for that loss — or bigger target for the town’s anger — than hospital president Reta Baker. Baker was at the helm when the hospital doors closed. “I don’t even like going out… Read More »

It’s so important for medical students to share their stories [PODCAST]

“As a medical student, you find potential patients everywhere. Whether you’re on an airplane or on a romantic dinner date, we’ve all heard those famous words, ‘Is there a doctor in the house?!’ Here are some of my favorite ‘patient’ encounters. The best friend curbside. I was playing ball with my boys – that’s right… Read More »