Medical

  • The Medical News
  • WebMD Health
  • Medgadget
  • STAT
  • MobiHealthNews
  • Medical Observer PH
  • Acutis
  • Error
The biochemical mechanisms of remdesivir-mediated RNA synthesis inhibition
A new preprint suggests a fruitful approach to develop such drugs based on biochemical and molecular modeling studies of the drug remdesivir.
How has the COVID-19 pandemic affected mental health?
In this interview, we spoke to Dr. Damian Santomauro and Dr. Alize Ferrari about their latest research into COVID-19 and its impact on mental health.
COVID-19 vaccine breakthrough infections among immunocompromised individuals
A study of breakthrough infections in immunocompromised people following two doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine against SARS-CoV-2 concluded that immunocompromised people would be best served with a third dose of the vaccine for better protection.
Hygienists brace for pitched battles with dentists in fights over practice laws
This year, the Illinois legislature was considering measures to expand oral health treatment in a state where millions of people live in dental care deserts.
Children with disabilities face special back-to-school challenges
Christopher Manzo, a boy with curly brown hair and bright-blue-and-yellow glasses, has lived a third of his five years at home because of the pandemic.
Factors impacting mental health and wellbeing of long covid patients
A new preprint deals with the mental baggage accompanying this condition, often termed “long covid.”
Phase 2 trial shows COVID-19 recombinant protein vaccine elicits promising immunogenicity responses
Researchers performed a large-scale, double-blind, placebo-controlled phase two trial to assess the efficacy, safety, and immune response elicited from vaccination with MVC-COV1901.
SARS-CoV-2 mutations amplify its advantage over host for efficient translation of viral RNAs
A study shows that mutations that SARS-CoV-2 has gained improve its advantage in the efficient translation of viral RNAs.
Structural mechanism of anti-SARS-CoV-2 neutralizing antibodies that target separate spike epitopes
Researchers from the Washington University School Of Medicine have identified how a subset of variants of concern can escape neutralization by two neutralizing antibodies.
How did the COVID-19 pandemic impact the circulation of other respiratory viruses in New York City?
Researchers from Columbia University have been investigating the impact of the pandemic on the spread of non-coronavirus respiratory viral infections in New York.
FDA Proposes New Rule for Over-The-Counter Hearing Aids
The FDA issued a landmark proposal Tuesday that would offer over-the-counter hearing aids to nearly 30 million Americans with mild-to-moderate hearing loss.
Justice Department Asks Supreme Court to Block Texas Abortion Law
The Department of Justice has filed a brief requesting the U.S. Supreme Court temporarily block a highly restrictive abortion law in Texas.
Low Iron in Midlife May Boost Risk for Heart Disease
Sufficient levels of iron in the blood might prevent about 1 in 10 diagnoses of coronary heart disease and reduce mortality risk. The good news: Lots of healthy foods have plenty of iron.
Experts Urge Flu Shots for Kids This Year
A rebound in the number and severity of flu cases is predicted for the 2021-22 season, and experts are recommending that everyone over the age of 6 months get their annual flu shot.
Still Too Few Women in Stroke Treatment Clinical Trials
Researchers say men outnumber women in stroke therapy clinical trials, which means women may end up receiving less effective treatment.
A Day in the Life of My Heart Failure
Heart failure has slowed Aimee Rodriguez Zepeda down, but it hasn’t stopped her. Here’s how she manages the condition every day.
China, U.S. Lead World in Saltiest Processed Meats, Fish
A new study finds the two world leaders have the highest salt levels in processed meat and fish products among five countries reviewed.
Injectable Patch Shows Promise for Heart Attack Recovery
An experimental patch works to restore function to damaged areas of the heart, which could ward off irregular heartbeats and heart failure.
Study: Automatic ‘Opt-Ins’ May Boost Women’s Leadership
When everyone is automatically opted in for a competition, women are as likely as men to vie for the prize. But when competitors must choose to opt in, it becomes a man’s game.
How to Improve Walking in People with Parkinson’s Disease
Problems with walking are common and bothersome to people with Parkinson’s disease, but a new study of over 4,000 people with Parkinson’s and mobility problems found seven “workarounds” that can help.
Why We Lose Weight and Why We Don't
What we don’t know – and what we do – about weight loss.
How 1.3 Million Americans Became Controlled by Conservatorships
Most guardianships are run by family members and benefit the person who's been placed under one.
Nearly 1 in 4 U.S. Adults Affected by Joint Pain, Stiffness: CDC Report
Conditions like arthritis and gout that cause stiff and painful joints affect almost 1 in 4 adults in the United States, a new federal report says, and the numbers are growing as the population gets older.
Better Way to Fight Breast Cancer That Has Spread to Brain
Scientists are reporting a first: They used an advanced ultrasound technique to help deliver the drug Herceptin to the patients' brain tumors.
FDA Panel Backs Second Shot for Those Who Got J&J Vaccine
The panel suggests that the second J&J dose come at least 2 months after the first shot. It’s not technically a booster, but it’s moving Johnson & Johnson from a one-dose vaccine to a two-dose one, similar to Moderna’s and Pfizer’s vaccines.
State Lotteries Didn't Help Boost Vaccination Rates
According to a new study, lotteries in 19 states designed to encourage people to get vaccinated for COVID-19 did not alter the rate of those who got the shot.
Gut Bacteria May Fuel Prostate Cancer Treatment Resistance
During prostate cancer treatment, some gut bacteria start making hormones that may support cancer growth and treatment resistance.
Supercomputers Mimic Brain Activity, Hunt for COVID Treatments
Data scientists are using a technique known as deep learning, computer algorithms patterned on the brain’s signaling networks, to identify combinations of medicines to treat infectious disease.
Myth Busters: Does This Food Cause Cancer?
How do specific foods or diets affect our risk of cancer? The evidence behind some of the most popular cancer-related diet claims.
$100 Million Investment Aims to Ease Health Worker Shortage
The National Health Service Corp. -- a program that helps find primary care doctors for communities that struggle to recruit and keep them -- will receive these funds.
- Conn Hastings
Wristband to Detect Strokes: Interview with Sandra Saldana, CEO of Alva Health
Alva Health, a medtech startup based in Connecticut, is developing a wristband that can detect the signs of stroke and promptly alert the wearer and/or healthcare staff. The technology is intended for those at high risk of stroke, such as stroke survivors and those diagnosed with transient ischemic attack. Strokes cause a huge level of […]
- Conn Hastings
Wearable, Non-Invasive Sensor Measures Glucose in Sweat
Scientists at Penn State University developed a wearable glucose monitor that can non-invasively measure glucose levels within sweat in real time. The low-cost sensor consists of laser-induced graphene and a nickel-gold alloy that can detect the very low levels of glucose in sweat without the use of enzymes. The sensor contains a microfluidic chamber into […]
- Conn Hastings
Improving Medication Compliance with Connected Pill Bottles and More: Interview with Chris O’Brien, CEO at AdhereTech
AdhereTech, a medtech company based in New York City, has developed the Aidia Smart Bottle (previously known as the Smart Pill Bottle), a connected pill bottle that helps to increase medication compliance using lights, audio alerts, and text message reminders. The bottle will remind patients to take their medication and remind them if they have […]
- Conn Hastings
Exoskeleton Helps Above-Knee Amputees to Walk
Researchers at the University of Utah built an exoskeleton that can ease walking for people with above-knee amputations. The new system, which uses an electromechanical actuator attached to the thigh and AI to adapt to each person’s walking style, significantly reduces energy consumption for users. Above-knee amputations are particularly challenging in terms of walking. Many […]
- Alice Ferng
Explorer Surgical Expands into Robotic Surgery: Exclusive with CEO Jennifer Fried
As cloud and digital platforms continue to gain traction, we’re seeing a trend toward increased investments in robotic surgery in medical technology fields. Surgical training, coordination, and collaboration in the operating room are areas where digital tools can help shorten learning curves. While robotic technology continues to transform healthcare worldwide by allowing surgeons to perform […]
- Conn Hastings
Telemedicine to Monitor At-Risk COVID-19 Patients at Home
Researchers at the Technical University of Munich in Germany have developed a telemedicine system for high-risk COVID-19 patients who are isolating at home. The system consists of an ear sensor that monitors a variety of physiological parameters, including heart rate, respiration, oxygen saturation, and body temperature. The project also involves clinicians calling the patient daily […]
- Conn Hastings
Visual Content to Treat Amblyopia: Interview with Scott Xiao, CEO at Luminopia
Luminopia, a company based in Cambridge, MA, has developed Luminopia One, a visual content system that aims to treat amblyopia, also known as ‘lazy eye,’ in young children. The condition is caused by neurological deficits that typically affect vision in one eye. At present, the condition is treated using corrective glasses, eye patches, or eye […]
- Conn Hastings
Customized, Battery-Free Wearables Made to Fit Perfectly
At the University of Arizona a team of engineers have developed 3D-printed wearable devices that are custom made for each user. The personalized fit means that they do not require adhesives to stay in place. The technology can be used to monitor a variety of physiological parameters, including body temperature and muscle deformation during physical […]
- Conn Hastings
Weighing Cancer Cells for Chemotherapy Susceptibility Testing
A collaboration between groups at MIT and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute led to the creation of a system that allows for quick determination of the susceptibility of cancer cells to specific drugs, without the need to rely on genomic markers. The technique consists of flowing the cells through vibrating microchannels, which lets the researchers obtain single […]
- Conn Hastings
POEMS Electro-Optical Cardiac Stimulator to Study Arrhythmias
At the University of Bern in Switzerland, researchers have developed the Panoramic Opto-Electrical Measurement and Stimulation (POEMS) system, which allows them to conduct advanced optogenetic experiments with mouse hearts. The device, which contains a volume into which a mouse heart can be placed, lets the Swiss team stimulate various cell types using light, and then […]
- Conn Hastings
Magnetoelastic Patch Turns Body Motion Into Electricity
A team of scientists at University of California Los Angeles created a magnetoelastic device that can generate electricity from movements of the body, including the movements caused by the pulse at the wrist. The patch-like device may help to power medical wearables or implantable sensors, and may function as a waterproof heart rate monitor in […]
- Nicholas Florko
Elizabeth Warren on over-the-counter hearing aids, health lobbying, and the FDA’s independence
“The only people who were benefiting by that delay were the manufacturers, who were still scooping up huge profits while consumers were overpaying for hearing aids or not getting those…
- STAT staff
Hacking third-party apps, Amazon’s lobbying strategy, & FDA’s next steps on AI
In the latest edition of STAT Health Tech: Hacking third-party health apps, Amazon's lobbying strategy, & FDA's next steps on AI.
- Christopher M. Worsham and Peter A. Kahn
Opinion: Insurers should cover energy costs for prescribed medical equipment
People using life-supporting devices at home are likely saving the larger health care system thousands of dollars by avoiding institutionalized care. Insurers should cover their energy costs.
- Katie Palmer
STAT+: STAT+ Conversation: Delving into digital biomarkers
STAT's Katie Palmer sits down with Jennifer Goldsack, CEO of Digital Medicine Society, to discuss portable technologies shaping the future of health care.
- Ed Silverman
STAT+: Pharmalittle: WHO hopes to buy Covid treatments for $10 a course; Sinema is a big obstacle to drug pricing reform
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) is emerging as one of the biggest obstacles to the Democratic Party push to allow Medicare to negotiate prices with drug makers.
- Damian Garde and Matthew Herper
Atea’s antiviral pill fails to clear Covid-19, forcing a re-think
Atea Pharmaceuticals said Tuesday that its antiviral pill for Covid-19 failed to combat the virus in a mid-stage trial, leading the company to delay its pivotal study by a year.
- Paurvi Bhatt
Opinion: Investing in caregiving: a social, public health, and economic issue
Investing in caregiving for elders and children, and in paid family and medical leave, is an economic imperative for the U.S.
- Nicholas Florko
STAT+: Underpinning Sinema’s outspoken opposition to major drug pricing reforms: her close ties to Arizona biotechs
Sen. Kyrsten Sinema's quiet but close relationship with biotech advocacy organizations provides some insight into why she would consider opposing Democrats’ signature drug pricing legislation.
- Rachel Cohrs
STAT+: Amazon is beefing up its health care lobbying operation
The company already has a digital pharmacy and is growing its health care platform Amazon Care, while Congress is weighing the extension of pandemic-era telehealth flexibilities.
- Lev Facher
Politics is derailing a crucial debate over the immunity you get from recovering from Covid-19
There’s mounting evidence that natural immunity to Covid-19 is powerful. But the scientific debate over whether prior infections should exempt people from vaccine mandates has given way to partisan bickering.
- Mario Aguilar
STAT+: UnitedHealthcare launches a virtual-first health insurance plan as hybrid care gains steam
As hybrid models of health care grow more popular, UnitedHealthcare is launching a health plan built primarily around telemedicine services.
- Angus Chen
Black women die earlier and more often of breast cancer. Should they be screened sooner?
Researchers set out to study whether breast cancer disparities would start to dry up if Black women started being screened a decade sooner.
- Ed Silverman
‘Make a gesture of humanity’: Pope Francis urges drug makers to release Covid-19 vaccine patents
"Allow every country, every people, every human being, to have access to the vaccines," Pope Francis said.
- Ed Silverman
STAT+: FDA approves an interchangeable biosimilar version of Humira, but health care savings are dubious
The FDA approved an interchangeable biosimilar version of Humira. But it will be years before it could be available to U.S. patients.
- Adam Feuerstein
STAT+: An FDA rejection derails Omeros, exposing the empty promises of its CEO
An FDA rejection derails Omeros, exposing the empty promises of its CEO.
- Mario Aguilar and Matthew Herper
STAT+: ‘I don’t know anybody who wants their health disrupted’: Ken Frazier steps out in new venture capital role
Frazier, the former CEO of Merck, joined the venture capital firm General Catalyst this year to lead its “health assurance initiatives."
- Bernard Black and David Thaw
Opinion: On Covid-19 booster shots, the FDA has overstepped its role
Now that it has authorized Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine booster, the FDA should stay in its own regulatory lane and let Americans, guided by the CDC, make their own decisions on…
- Ed Silverman
STAT+: Pharmalittle: Biogen drug for rare form of ALS fails pivotal study; EU criticized over IP stance at WTO
Biogen reported disappointing results from a late-stage study of its experimental treatment for a rare, genetically defined form of ALS.
- Matthew Herper
STAT+: The new vision for the now-merged Doctor on Demand and Grand Rounds begins to take shape
The company formed when Doctor on Demand and Grand Rounds merged got its new name: Included Health. STAT explores the vision behind the sobriquet.
- Mary Meyer
Opinion: Rebuilding the nation’s health care workforce during and after Covid-19: Lessons from disaster management
I've experienced "reentry" after taking part in post-tsunami and other disaster management efforts. I never expected to experience it from working in my own hospital in Northern California, yet that's…
How retail giant Walmart plans to disrupt the healthcare industry
At HLTH, Walmart's Dr. Cheryl Pegus discusses the retail giant's approach to health. 
DarioHealth launches MSK platform Dario Move
The new product comes less than a year after DarioHealth acquired musculoskeletal care company Upright Technologies.
One Medical looks to the chronic care space with launch of new product
The platform, called Impact by One Medical, aims to prevent and manage chronic conditions for One Medical members.
Continuous data monitoring and AI-assisted predictive medicine “better” for diabetes care, says clinic
The Dubai-based GluCare Integrated Diabetes Center has published a second set of clinical results revealing further reduction of haemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) levels in its patients.
SPR Therapeutics scores $37M for pain relief tool and other digital health fundings
Also: Healthcare staffing company Hublo raises $25.5 million, insurtech startup Insurights rakes in $22 million.
Google rolls out mobile app version of Care Studio
The new app helps to give doctors a "unified view" of patient data on their phone. 
Sensely launches digital primary care with virtual assistant and other digital health briefs
Also: Vida Health announces new value-based pricing structure. 
Papa and Uber Health team up on curbing social isolation among seniors
Papa’s care team will coordinate with Uber Health and Papa companions to provide transportation for seniors.
TytoCare's service now allows for multi-party calls
The enhancements include improved video quality, multi-party calls and screen sharing.
Digital pharmacies on the rise. But who is going to pay?
Today at HLTH, panelists discussed how digital is changing the medication delivery space and who will pay for the services. 
- admind
Clarte capsules – ingredients, opinions, forum, price, where to buy, lazada – Philippines

Clarte capsules. Let’s see grandmother’s advice on how to lose weight quickly by eating the right foods and regularly consuming detox drinks, accompanied by physical activity. With the continuous meals a little bit ramped up and stress the metabolism becomes slower, you gain weight and you feel more tired. If you follow, however, some dietary ... Read more

The post Clarte capsules – ingredients, opinions, forum, price, where to buy, lazada – Philippines appeared first on Medical Observer PH.

- admind
Care Lotion cream – ingredients, opinions, forum, price, where to buy, lazada – Philippines

Care Lotion cream. When you expose yourself to the sun the benefits you get are far less than the harms you experience. This happens because UVA/UVB ultraviolet rays, penetrating even deep, cause skin damage especially in the long term. Let’s see, then, how to protect the skin current user reviews 2021. By now the acronyms ... Read more

The post Care Lotion cream – ingredients, opinions, forum, price, where to buy, lazada – Philippines appeared first on Medical Observer PH.

- admind
Liverotox drink – ingredients, opinions, forum, price, where to buy, lazada – Philippines

Liverotox drink. If neglected, fatty liver can lead to liver inflammation. The expert explains what the disease consists of and how to treat it. It is called hepatic steatosis or NAFLD , an English acronym that means ” fatty liver for non-alcoholic causes” , and consists in the excessive accumulation current user reviews 2021 of ... Read more

The post Liverotox drink – ingredients, opinions, forum, price, where to buy, lazada – Philippines appeared first on Medical Observer PH.

- admind
Vascolex capsules – ingredients, opinions, forum, price, where to buy, lazada – Philippines

Vascolex capsules. Cardiac arrhythmias are a common but not always dangerous disorder. The cardiologist explains what they are, the causes, the symptoms and how to treat them. Tiredness, breathlessness, feeling of having the “heart in the throat” : this is how cardiac arrhythmias occur, i.e. alterations in the frequency or rhythm of the heartbeat. A ... Read more

The post Vascolex capsules – ingredients, opinions, forum, price, where to buy, lazada – Philippines appeared first on Medical Observer PH.

- admind
Bustamax capsules – ingredients, opinions, forum, price, where to buy, lazada – Philippines

Bustamax capsules. There is nothing wrong with admitting that you want a bigger breast. Although it is difficult for this desire to come true without the help of surgery, there is still a remedy. To have a more voluminous breast in a natural way, you can do exercises for the pectorals, try some medical devices ... Read more

The post Bustamax capsules – ingredients, opinions, forum, price, where to buy, lazada – Philippines appeared first on Medical Observer PH.

- admind
Nevrotin capsules – ingredients, opinions, forum, price, where to buy, lazada – Philippines

Nevrotin capsules. Anxiety, anticipated worry, often without a specific reason that invades our thoughts and does not allow us to fully experience the “here and now”. Anxiety is a widespread and persistent state of tension that never leaves the sufferer. The emotional state associated with a condition of alertness towards something external is usually characterized ... Read more

The post Nevrotin capsules – ingredients, opinions, forum, price, where to buy, lazada – Philippines appeared first on Medical Observer PH.

- admind
Liveromax capsules – ingredients, opinions, forum, price, where to buy, lazada – Philippines

Liveromax capsules. Hepatomegaly is a condition characterized by an enlarged liver, or an increase in its size beyond the normal picture. This condition has a very frequent finding in the population and is not always to be considered frankly pathological, however its finding requires a careful investigation of the causes and adherence to a close ... Read more

The post Liveromax capsules – ingredients, opinions, forum, price, where to buy, lazada – Philippines appeared first on Medical Observer PH.

- admind
HeltaHair capsules – ingredients, opinions, forum, price, where to buy, lazada – Philippines

HeltaHair capsules. What to do? Hair loss can be a stage many people, regardless of sex, age, or race, in fact, we live in an era of magnificent, full of possibilities and new, but hectic to say the least, where each of the thousands of tasks that hang over our head would require from us ... Read more

The post HeltaHair capsules – ingredients, opinions, forum, price, where to buy, lazada – Philippines appeared first on Medical Observer PH.

- adminci
Sleepzy capsules – ingredients, opinions, forum, price, where to buy, lazada – Philippines

Sleepzy. Avoid caffeine and theine. Coffee fans will be disappointed, it is better to have your last espresso after lunch . Similarly, with regard to current user reviews 2021 tea and cola drinks, it is best to stop them after 4 p.m. m.De in fact, caffeine has been shown to prolong sleep time and shorten ... Read more

The post Sleepzy capsules – ingredients, opinions, forum, price, where to buy, lazada – Philippines appeared first on Medical Observer PH.

- adminar
VitaHair Duo spray – ingredients, opinions, forum, price, where to buy, lazada – Philippines

VitaHair Duo spray hair problems such as hair loss, dandruff, having two mouths are common, and the reason for this can be a changing lifestyle, hormonal changes in the body, not taking care of your diet, not taking care of your hair properly current user reviews 2021. Using a lot of chemicals in your hair, ... Read more

The post VitaHair Duo spray – ingredients, opinions, forum, price, where to buy, lazada – Philippines appeared first on Medical Observer PH.

- Acutis SRRC
Acutis Day 2021
On Sunday, September 19th, we celebrated Acutis Day 2021 near our New York headquarters at Belmont State Park. Acutis team at the start...
- Acutis team
Acutis awarded 2021 Long Island Top Workplaces
Long Island Press and Dan's Papers names Acutis a winner of the Long Island Top Workplaces 2021 Award. Acutis has been awarded a Top...
- Acutis SRRC
2021 Acutis SRRC School Supplies Drive
Each year, we hold our Acutis SRRC School Supplies Drive before the start of the upcoming school year to donate to local families who may...
- Acutis team
Acutis Diagnostics Announces Collaboration with TrustAssure™ Scheduling Technology for PCR COVID-19
Testing is available through CLX Health’s TrustAssure™ Global Testing Platform for international travelers in the New York tri-state area...
- Acutis team
Acutis Summer Sales Retreat
Each year, our national sales team comes together to celebrate the successes of the year, plan for the next year, and work through...
- Acutis SRRC
Pride day at Acutis
At Acutis, promoting diversity is a commitment to equity and inclusion – where everyone’s voices, regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual...
- Acutis SRRC
Acutis Campus Cleanup - Spring 2021
The Social Responsibility Response Committee (SRRC) is continually thinking about ways we can rise together to strengthen our communities...
- Acutis SRRC
Acutis donates to the Community Computer Connections Program
The Acutis team is always looking for ways to give back and help to improve our local communities, and our dedication to this commitment...
- Acutis team
Acutis celebrates medical laboratory professionals week 2021
Acutis Diagnostics excitedly celebrated ASCP’s Medical Laboratory Professionals Week from April 18th-24th, 2021. Lab Week, an annual...
- Acutis team
Acutis hosts first blood drive to combat blood bank donation shortages
The Acutis Social Responsibility Response Committee (SRRC) hosted a blood drive at our corporate office with the New York Blood Center...
- Acutis team
Acutis Diagnostics receives New York State approval for comprehensive Urinary Tract Infection test
Acutis Diagnostics, a vertically integrated company serving the medical and pharmaceutical communities by providing rapid and reliable...
- Acutis team
Acutis Reveal™ Transport Media allows for enhanced consistency and reliability
Prior to the global pandemic, our scientists were readying a research publication on development of transport media which enhances...
- Acutis team
Giving back during a pandemic: support from afar
This holiday season, perhaps more than ever before, we’ve seen vulnerable populations in need of support physically, emotionally, and...
- Acutis team
Acutis finds a new way to support their local community
At Acutis, our core values remind us that our dedication to the community around us does not end at providing speedy, accurate testing....
- Acutis team
Acutis receives approval for new Acutis Reveal RIT™ extraction method
Our scientists do not settle for the status quo, and as we approach the flu season during a pandemic, our call to action has been to...
- Acutis team
Progress report on the Coronavirus pandemic
Since the end of 2019, when a disease similar to SARS-CoV-1 emerged in Wuhan, China, the scientific community has made it a priority to...
- Acutis team
Reduction of opioid supply may not be a “good” thing
While the decreasing supply of illicit substances available on the streets may seem like a good thing, it is manifesting new risks in our...
- Acutis team
Inside the Coronavirus Genome
Acutis Diagnostics is closely keeping an eye on developing research being conducted on the SARS-2-COVID-19 genome. Publications that...
- Acutis team
Acutis COVID-19 Webinar, March 19, 2020
Protect your practice from COVID-19 Led by Michelle Leger, Director of Quality Assurance and featuring Dr. Marjorie Bon Homme, Chief...
- Acutis team
Acutis announces availability of SARS-CoV-2 testing
Acutis Diagnostics, a clinical diagnostics laboratory headquartered in New York, announced today that it has released a multiplex...

RSS Error: WP HTTP Error: A valid URL was not provided.