“The development of a vaccine for a new pathogen typically takes many years and sometimes decades,” says Dan Barouch. Read Article
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The World Health Organization is reporting 17 possible vaccines are in clinical evaluation, with one already in wide-scale human trials.
Dr. Kathryn Stephenson co-wrote this article for STAT. Read Article
Dr. Kathryn Stephenson talks to Science VS Podcast about how soon could we can get a COVID vaccine. Listen Here
Desperation for a way to keep economies from collapsing under the weight of Covid-19 could mean settling for a vaccine that prevents people from getting really sick or dying but doesn’t stop them from catching the coronavirus. Read Article
Governor Charlie Baker, Lt. Governor Karyn Polito and U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar joined Dr. Barouch for an important discussion about our COVID-19 vaccine response. For more about their BIDMC visit, click here.
The when and how of vaccines. Read Article
“it’s more likely” that the vaccine could be rolled out in 2021 than this year, assuming it proves safe and effective”-Dr.Barouch Read Article
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