Vaccine development is a long and complicated. Only about 6% of vaccine candidates are approved for public use. On average, process takes 10.7 years.
Providers in Washington’s Childhood Vaccine Program report they give 30% fewer vaccines to 0-18 year olds in March than they usually do.
UW Medicine is enrolling outpatients with COVID-19 for trial of two drug regimens – hydroxychloroquine and hydroxychloroquine with azithromycin.
Anti-vaccine groups are seizing on the anti-government sentiment stoked by conservative-leaning protesters to advance their cause, critics say.
As prescriptions surge, Walgreens and CVS employees say they need more protective gear, cleaning supplies and sick pay.
Researchers are investigating whether hydroxychloroquine, a commonly used anti-malarial and autoimmune-disease treatment, can prevent COVID-19.
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A nationwide shortage of two drugs touted as possible treatments for the coronavirus is being driven in part by doctors inappropriately prescribing the medicines for family, friends and themselves.
Instead of trying to create a new drug, some scientists are looking to see if there are any drugs available today that can fight the coronavirus.
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Study enrolling Seattle-based healthy adult volunteers.
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The trial will test the safety and efficacy of the antiviral drug remdesivir in patients hospitalized at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha.
About half of older adults take at least one medication that’s not necessary or no longer needed.