Cleveland Clinic has launched the first trial of a vaccine against triple-negative breast cancer—raising hopes for a new generation of cancer-stopping vaccines. Here are three lessons from America's experience with the only currently approved vaccine to prevent cancer, according to Advisory Board's Lindsey Paul and Ashley Riley.
A new study published in Lancet Global Health found that fluvoxamine, an antidepressant that costs just $4 for a 10-day course, significantly reduces Covid-19 hospitalization risk—and "compares favorably with … more expensive treatments including monoclonal antibodies for outpatient treatment."
New Covid-19 cases have dropped almost 60% since September and are projected to continue to decline over the next three weeks, according to an ensemble of forecast models gathered by CDC. See the forecast on our interactive chart.
Labor shortages have led to significant financial challenges for many hospitals, according to a report from Moody's Investors Service released Monday—and these challenges are expected to continue as hospitals struggle to offset growing labor costs.
Writing for Harvard Business Review, experts Allison Gabriel, Daron Robertson, and Kristen Shockley share their new research identifying "the heart of the [virtual meeting] fatigue problem"—as well as which employees were most negatively affected.
For the first time in 20 years, the Federal Trade Commission has reported an increase in annual cigarette sales, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Colorado and the District of Columbia.
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