BioNTech says it could tweak Covid vaccine in 100 days if needed
BioNTech says it could produce and ship an updated version of its vaccine within 100 days if the new Covid variant detected in southern Africa is found to evade existing immunity.
COVID-19 vaccine for babies and toddlers could be approved early 2022, chief public health officer says | CBC News
Canada's chief public health officer says COVID-19 vaccines for babies and toddlers could be approved early in the new year, depending on how clinical trials play out.
Vladimir Putin takes experimental nasal vaccine against Covid-19
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday that he has taken an experimental nasal vaccine against the coronavirus, three days after he received his booster shot, as Russia faces its worst surge of infections and deaths since the pandemic began.
Seven doctors contract Covid after attending Florida anti-vaccine summit
Seven anti-vaccine doctors fell sick after gathering earlier this month for a Florida "summit" at which alternative treatments for Covid-19 were discussed.
Elizabeth Holmes tells the jury that at least some of Theranos was real
So far, Elizabeth Holmes' defense has been at pains to show us that Theranos had a real device and worked with real pharmaceutical companies.
Concerns Grow Over Safety of Aduhelm After Death of Patient Who Got the Drug
Newly published safety data shows that 41 percent of patients in key clinical trials of the Alzheimer's drug experienced brain bleeding or swelling, though many cases were asymptomatic.
Canada approves Pfizer-BioNTech jab for kids starting at age five
The vaccine is 90.7 percent effective at preventing COVID-19 in kids with no serious side effects, Health Canada said.
Health Canada approves Pfizer-BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine for children | CBC News
Health Canada has officially approved Pfizer-BioNTech's vaccine for children ages five to 11, heralding it as more than 90 per cent effective against COVID-19.
Zosano Pharma pushes forward with Covid vaccine patch project - San Francisco Business Times
An East Bay company formulated a Covid-19 vaccine candidate to load onto a patch of 2,000 microneedles, one of several efforts globally to make it easier to take drugs and vaccines to combat the pandemic.
Pfizer agrees to license generic versions of its COVID-19 pill in some countries
Pfizer's agreement with a U.N. group to let other companies produce its new antiviral pill as a generic drug is meeting with a mixed reaction.