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Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

May 11 |
Recent data breaches in digital health platforms have raised awareness for privacy protection and questions over who is responsible.
May 09 | Susan Morse
Gilead Sciences committed to supplying approximately 607,000 vials over the next six weeks to…
May 08 | Jeff Lagasse
One promising candidate is remdesivir, a drug originally developed for Ebola, which the FDA has approved…
May 05 | Jeff Lagasse
Leveraging regulatory allowances and establishing sound analytic capabilities can help ensure patients continue…
Apr 30 | Jeff Lagasse
The agency's goal is to ensure states and localities have the flexibility they need to ramp up…
Apr 24 | Susan Morse
The ventilators allow "patients who wouldn't otherwise have the opportunity to survive, to survive," says…
Apr 24 | Jeff Lagasse
Gene therapy delivered through the adeno-associated virus is likely the most attractive…
Apr 14 | Jeff Lagasse
The five new ventilator contracts are expected to ramp up production, while immunotherapy development…
U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services, Washington, D.C., Ralf Roletschek via <a href="https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:12-07-13-washington-by-RalfR-03.jpg">Wikimedia Commons</a>
Apr 13 | Jeff Lagasse
The guidance is meant to remove financial barriers for receiving coronavirus tests and health services, and to…
Apr 07 | Jeff Lagasse
If the current pandemic continues much longer, acquiring needed ventilator medications will present…

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