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“Investigating Health & Medicine” – Global Investigative Journalism Network

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The Latest: Maine CDC: Rural areas need more COVID testing

PORTLAND, Maine — Maine’s rural areas need better access to COVID-19 testing, the head of the state’s Center for Disease Control and Prevention said. The percent positivity rate in some of Maine’s rural counties is much higher than it is in more densely populated areas such as Cumberland County. Federal data show the percent positivity… Read More »

Tessian officially named a 2021 UK’s Best Workplace™ in Tech

London, UK. 30th September 2021 – Human Layer Security company Tessian has been recognized as one of the 2021’s UK’s Best Workplaces™ in Tech. The list, launched this morning, includes 98 organizations which were selected after Great Place to Work® UK analysed the responses of UK-based tech employees via its Trust Index© employee survey. What… Read More »

Despite rough start, Biogen’s Aduhelm should find footing, analysts say. But don’t expect much in 2021

As Biogen’s new Alzheimer’s drug Aduhelm makes headlines nearly every day—many covering the drug’s slower-than-expected uptake—one team of biopharma analysts is lowering its 2021 expectations for the med. Nonetheless, despite the drug sputtering out the gate, the team still sees a multibillion-dollar sales opportunity for the company in Alzheimer’s disease. Writing to investors Wednesday, analysts with RBC Capital Markets… Read More »

Epidemiologist predicts pathway out of the pandemic

In the next six months, it’s likely that every American will be vaccinated, recovered from coronavirus infection, or both. If that happens, cases and deaths could decline, and the pandemic could start to fade. That’s what William Hanage predicted in a Thursday evening seminar titled “COVID-19: What we’ve learned about the pandemic and what we… Read More »