We owe him gratitude, not grief.
The company will study its vaccine in children ages six months through 11 in the United States and Canada.
From denialism to death threats, Dr. Anthony S. Fauci describes a fraught year as an adviser to President Donald J. Trump on the Covid-19 pandemic.
The magazine chose the president-elect and the vice president-elect over frontline health care workers (along with Dr. Anthony S. Fauci), the racial justice movement and President Trump.
The first shots could be given as early as Dec. 21, if authorization is granted.
Moderna is the second company to report preliminary results from a large trial testing a vaccine. But there are still months to go before it will be widely available to the public.
With two weeks remaining in his re-election campaign, President Trump made the coronavirus his message and Dr. Anthony S. Fauci his foil, dismissing scientific advisers as “these idiots.”
A public affairs officer at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases is out of a day job after a report found he was moonlighting pseudonymously as an editor for a conservative website, where he regularly trashed his agency and its director, Dr. Anthony Fauci.
The RedState managing editor known as “streiff” is actually William Crews, The Daily Beast reported yesterday. Crews was, until this week, a public affairs specialist at NIAID, which is one of the 27 institutes and centers that comprise the National Institute of Health.
As streiff, Crews “derided his own colleagues as part of a left-wing anti-Trump conspiracy and vehemently criticized the man who leads his agency,” according to The Daily Beast. Additionally, he described his boss as “attention-grubbing and media-whoring Anthony Fauci” and “a mask nazi.”
A clinical trial showed that remdesivir helped hospitalized patients. Now researchers are asking whether when the drug is paired with another antiviral drug, patients will recover faster.
Inadequate testing and protracted delays in producing results have crippled tracking and hampered efforts to contain major outbreaks.
This coronavirus vaccine developed by government researchers and Moderna enabled the animals to quickly clear the infection from their lungs.
An interview with the man who has an important message for you, if he can get it out.
The vaccine, developed by government scientists and Moderna, a biotech company, appeared safe and provoked an immune response in 45 people in a study.
Dan Scavino, one of the president’s closest advisers, shared the cartoon by Ben Garrison, an alt-right artist who has been criticized for anti-Semitic imagery.
The visit underscored a reality for both the president and his most prominent coronavirus adviser: They are stuck with each other.
Administration officials moved to treat the nation’s top infectious disease expert as if he were a warring political rival, releasing a list of what they said were questionable statements he had made.
A clinical trial led to the authorization of the only drug shown to work in Covid-19 patients. But until now, few experts had seen the numbers.
Acting before or very soon after an infection is the best way to handle most acute viral diseases. Why aren’t we focusing on that with Covid-19?
The political fights around a malaria drug that President Trump says he takes daily have impeded studies into whether it works to prevent coronavirus infection or treat Covid-19 early.
Remdesivir was shipped to small hospitals even as besieged medical centers were denied access.
The drug failed as a treatment for hepatitis and Ebola. With federal funding, scientists trained it on the coronavirus.
Neither the company nor the institutes discussed the data. Another study reported the drug offered no benefit to severely ill patients.
Prescriptions for two antimalarial medications, heralded as a potential cure for the coronavirus, increased by more than 46 times on the day of a presidential TV appearance.
The drugs, hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine, have been repeatedly promoted by President Trump. But they should be used only in clinical trials or hospitals, the agency said.
A panel of experts said there was insufficient evidence about many drugs that have been considered as possible remedies for coronavirus patients, including some President Trump has advocated.
Several methods are effective at killing the new coronavirus on N95 masks — primary protective gear for health care workers — for two or three rounds of use.
Even though it can make infections worse, it also may be able to keep the immune system from overreacting.
Widespread use of nonmedical masks could reduce community transmission. But recommending their broad use could also cause a run on the kind of masks that health care workers desperately need.
As his onetime foe and current friend, Dr. Anthony Fauci, confronts the coronavirus, the writer and activist watches history repeat itself.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the administration’s most outspoken advocate of emergency virus measures, faces a torrent of false claims that he is mobilizing to undermine the president.
An Arizona man and his wife ingested a fish tank cleaning additive made with the same active ingredient as chloroquine phosphate, which President Trump has referred to as a “game changer.”
Peeking out our windows, we see America shriveling.
Doctors and patients also worry that the president’s rosy outlook for the treatments will exacerbate shortages of old malaria drugs relied on by patients with lupus and other debilitating conditions.
They’re confident, for perhaps the first time in his presidency, that the experts on call aren’t out to sabotage the president.