Patient with Severe Depression Successfully Treated with Electrical Brain Implant

Researchers from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) on Monday have successfully treated a woman with severe depression using an experimental brain implant that detects and resets negative brain activity. The researchers published the study in the Nature Medicine …

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AstraZeneca’s Experimental Antibody Treatment Fails Preventing Exposed Patients from Acquiring COVID-19

AstraZeneca announced on Tuesday that its experimental monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID-19, also known as AZD7442, failed to hit the pharmaceutical giant’s primary aim of preventing symptoms in individuals who recently became exposed to the coronavirus disease. The company said …

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Indonesian Police Investigate Reuse of COVID Swabs in Sumatra Airport

Indonesian police are investigating reports that at least 9,000 people have been swabbed with reused antigen rapid test kits at North Sumatra’s Kualanamu Airport. State pharmaceutical company Kimia Farmaat Kualanamu employees at the airport reportedly washed and then reused cotton …

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Hawkeye Community College Nursing Students Administering COVID-19 Vaccines

Nursing students at Hawkeye Community College in Iowa have administered around 150 COVID-19 vaccinations at a campus clinic this week. The Black Hawk County Health Department issued a unit of Moderna vaccine to the college to store in its clinic …

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At Least 85,000 Foreign Workers in Gyeonggi Ordered to get COVID-19 tested Before March 22

At least 85,000 foreign workers of Gyeonggi province were required to have COVID-19 test as the cases in foreigner-dense areas and workplaces rise. The officials said that the provincial government released an order directing all foreign workers to get tested …

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