Pharmaceutical company Gilead Sciences on Wednesday reported potentially encouraging results from a trial for a drug that’s being tested as a treatment for the coronavirus.
Pfizer said it might have a coronavirus vaccine for emergency use this fall. “This is a crisis right now, and a solution is desperately needed by all,” the CEO said.
Two of the world’s largest drugmakers are working together to develop a coronavirus vaccine.
The story behind the drug has taken some increasingly wild turns.
There is a lot of hype around the potential for antibody testing to help get us back outside sooner rather than later. Here’s how it works.
Several initial analyses of transmission data suggest the pandemic could ease up in summer. But that doesn’t reduce the need for measures like social distancing.
As the novel coronavirus continues to spread, so does misinformation about it on the web and social media. Unfortunately, eating garlic or rinsing your nose with saline will not protect you against the virus, known as COVID-19, nor will using a hand dryer kill it. Such rumors are circulating seemingly faster than the virus itself. Read on for...
As Americans search for ways to fight the spread of the coronavirus, one popular topic that has generated interest on the internet is gargling. What’s behind the gargling claim, and is there any medical proof that gargling may help to fight coronavirus or other respiratory infections? To date, as with many things in medicine, there...