U.S. scientists collaborate in worldwide search for COVID-19 cure (May 18)

U.S. scientists collaborate in worldwide search for COVID-19 cure (May 18)   U.S. researchers are joining forces with scientists around the world to find solutions that will end the COVID-19 pandemic. The collaboration ranges from experiments to adapt a measles vaccine to prevent COVID-19 to efforts to understand how the human immune system’s antibodies attack ...
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Remarks by President Trump on Vaccine Development (May 15)

Remarks by President Trump on Vaccine Development (May 15)   THE PRESIDENT:  Thank you very much.  Thank you very much.  It’s very hot today.  Please, sit down.  This is going to be a very hot one, and we apologize to everybody out there that’s going to suffer through it.  But you know what?  It’s better ...
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The U.S. Is Leading the Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic and Developing a Vaccine (May 4)

The U.S. Is Leading the Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic and Developing a Vaccine (May 4)   As outlined in its recent Action Plan, the United States is bringing together the brightest minds in U.S. government agencies, the private sector, universities, and overseas partners to develop vaccines and therapeutic interventions to protect the world from ...
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U.S. Scientists are getting closer to a vaccine to keep the world safe from COVID-19 (April 10)

U.S. Scientists are getting closer to a vaccine to keep the world safe from COVID-19 (April 10)   Several U.S.  partnerships are already testing vaccines  on humans — a major step toward showing the drug is safe and effective. Others are figuring out new ways to administer and deliver a vaccine when it’s ready. The scientists at U.S. companies and ...
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U.S. and French colleagues work together on COVID-19 cure (March 26)

U.S. and French colleagues work together on COVID-19 cure (March 26) By Noelani Kirschner Two scientists who met through the J. William Fulbright international exchange program are part of a worldwide hunt to find existing drugs that can be used to treat the COVID-19 virus. As a U.S.-France Fulbright-Tocqueville Distinguished Chair in spring 2015, Benjamin R. tenOever ...
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