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Mobile health tech helps curb risks of afib rehospitalization, adverse events

By Marilynn Larkin NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A holistic approach to atrial fibrillation, supported by mobile health technology, lowered the risks of rehospitalization and adverse events in a

No benefit seen for rushing endoscopy in some high-risk GI patients

By Reuters Staff (Reuters Health) - Performing endoscopy during the first six hours after a patient with gastrointestinal bleeding is handed off to a specialist does not lower the 30-day mortality

Phone-based CBT added to usual treatment eases depression with Parkinson's

By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Parkinson's disease patients with depression who receive telephone-based cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) in addition to usual treatment may experience a greater

Oral anticoagulants often inappropriately prescribed for HIV patients on ART

By Marilynn Larkin NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs) are frequently prescribed for individuals on antiretroviral boosters, despite the risk of drug-drug interactions,

EXCLUSIVE-'Things under control': how Europe sleepwalked into the coronavirus crisis

By Francesco Guarascio BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Barely a month before Europe embarked on a scramble for masks, ventilators and testing kits to fight coronavirus, governments told Brussels their healthcare

One Brazilian minister shines as coronavirus clobbers Bolsonaro

By Gabriel Stargardter and Lisandra Paraguassu RIO DE JANEIRO/BRASILIA (Reuters) - As criticism has grown over President Jair Bolsonaro's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, many Brazilians are

Simulations can reveal deficiencies in PPE coverage

By Linda Carroll (Reuters Health) - Simulations to test the effectiveness of personal protective equipment (PPE) may reveal shortcomings in both the equipment and in the manner that PPEs are used, a

Liraglutide trims BMI by 5% in fewer than half of obese teens, by 10% in one quarter

By Gene Emery NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A new study of liraglutide as a weight-loss treatment for obese adolescents has concluded that it can reduce BMI by at least 5% in 43% of patients and by at

CORRECTED-Becton Dickinson, BioMedomics launch test to detect past, current coronavirus exposure

(Corrects to remove reference to companies needing to apply for regulatory clearance; clarifies FDA guidance in 6th paragraph) By Carl O'Donnell March 31 (Reuters) - Becton Dickinson and Co and

Worldwide groups offer new parenting resources during COVID-19 outbreak

By Carolyn Crist (Reuters Health) - Parenting and teaching children during the COVID-19 pandemic may be difficult, but this time can also lead to creative opportunity, a group of child development and

Shifts in cancer care may ease strain on public-health system during pandemic

By Reuters Staff NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Clinicians caring for cancer patients during the COVID-19 pandemic must balance the usefulness of any intervention against the risk of exposure to the

U.S. FDA moves to remove all versions of heartburn drug Zantac from market

By Reuters Staff (Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Wednesday it was requesting makers of all versions of heartburn drug Zantac to remove the drugs from the market immediately

Tommy the robot nurse helps keep Italy doctors safe from coronavirus

By Flavio Lo Scalzo VARESE, Italy (Reuters) - He doesn't wear a mask but he is helping save lives from coronavirus just the same. Meet Tommy, the robot nurse. Tommy is one of six new robots helping

INSIGHT-Mother of invention: the new gadgets dreamt up to fight coronavirus

By Josephine Mason, Peter Henderson and Luiza Ilie LONDON/OAKLAND/BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Driving to work at his factory to the west of London last week, designer Steve Brooks had coronavirus on his

Becton Dickinson, BioMedomics launch test to detect past, current coronavirus exposure

By Carl O'Donnell (Reuters) - Becton Dickinson and Co and diagnostics company BioMedomics on Tuesday said they will launch a diagnostic test that can detect current or past exposure to the coronavirus

Fresenius Medical Care working with dialysis providers in U.S. to tackle coronavirus

By Reuters Staff BERLIN (Reuters) - Fresenius Medical Care (FMC) on Wednesday said it was working with other dialysis providers to provide care in isolation for people with kidney problems in the

Retired doctors, medics abroad answer coronavirus calls

By Padraic Halpin and Paola Luelmo DUBLIN/MADRID (Reuters) - On a St. Patrick's Day like no other last month, Irish Health Minister Simon Harris launched a recruitment drive to tackle the coronavirus

Learning on the job: French student doctor thrown into coronavirus front line

By Clotaire Achi CHAMPIGNY-SUR-MARNE, France, April 1 (Reuters) - Medical student Elodie Vieira uses her stethoscope to check the breathing of a patient, who coughs strongly as she gets closer. "Very

Somali doctor, veteran of many battles, girds for war with coronavirus

By Abdi Sheikh MOGADISHU (Reuters) - Somali doctor Abdirizak Yusuf Ahmed has escaped an execution, battled deadly diseases and treated war victims. Now - at 35 years old - he's been tapped to lead his

Most COVID-19 patients can be managed remotely

By Reuters Staff NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Most patients with COVID-19 infection can be managed by phone or video chat, according to a new report providing step-by-step guidance on remote

Bundled intervention significantly reduces surgical-site infections

By Will Boggs MD NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A bundled intervention aimed at improving basic preventive measures significantly reduces surgical-site infections and Staphylococcus aureus transmission

Autonomous drone delivers insulin to patient, returns with blood sample

By Megan Brooks NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Last fall, an autonomous drone flew from Galway, Ireland, to the Aran Islands about 12 miles off the west coast of Ireland, to deliver insulin (and glucagon

Multicomponent intervention reduces CT radiation doses

By Will Boggs MD NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - An intervention that combines feedback, suggestions and education significantly reduces radiation doses to patients undergoing CT, a new randomized trial

Anticoagulant use tied to improved outcomes of portal-vein thrombosis in IBD

By Will Boggs MD NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Anticoagulant treatment is associated with better outcomes of portal-vein thrombosis (PVT) related to inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), according to new

Polygenic risk score predicts treatment resistance in schizohrenia

By David Douglas NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A polygenic risk score (PRS) can help predict resistance to treatment with antipsychotic medication in schizophrenia, according to Scandinavian researchers

Chinese scientists seeking potential COVID-19 treatment find 'effective' antibodies

By Martin Quin Pollard BEIJING (Reuters) - A team of Chinese scientists has isolated several antibodies that it says are "extremely effective" at blocking the ability of the new coronavirus to enter

Preliminary study finds UK lockdown is slowing spread of COVID-19

By Kate Kelland LONDON (Reuters) - Lockdown and social distancing measures introduced by the British government to slow the spread of COVID-19 may already be working, according to preliminary research

S.African insurer Discovery, Vodacom set up online virus consultation service

By Reuters Staff JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African insurance company Discovery and mobile operator Vodacom are teaming up to offer a free, online doctor consultation service to all South Africans

1.5 million Israelis using voluntary coronavirus monitoring app

By Tova Cohen TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Around 1.5 million Israelis have downloaded a mobile app in the past week that alerts users who have crossed paths with a coronavirus patient, according to the

European experts ready smartphone technology to help halt coronavirus spread

By Douglas Busvine BERLIN (Reuters) - A group of European experts said on Wednesday they would soon launch technology for smartphones to help trace people who had come into contact with those infected

Loss of taste and smell key COVID-19 symptoms, app study finds

By Kate Kelland LONDON (Reuters) - Losing your sense of smell and taste may be the best way to tell if you have COVID-19, according to a study of data collected via a symptom tracker app developed by

CORRECTED-Duodenal mucosal resurfacing a potential non-drug therapy for type 2 diabetes

(Corrects title/affiliation of Dr. Joel Zonszein in paragraphs 14 and 15) By Megan Brooks NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The Revita procedure for duodenal mucosal resurfacing (DMR) improves blood glucose

Diabetes, lung and heart disease common in U.S. coronavirus patients -CDC

By Gene Emery (Reuters) - Diabetes, heart disease and long-term lung problems are the most common underlying conditions among Americans hospitalized with the illness caused by the new coronavirus, but

No evidence to support biologic switching guidelines for juvenile idiopathic arthritis

By Marilynn Larkin NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - For young people with juvenile idiopathic arthritis who don't achieve disease control, switching to a different class of biologic is unlikely to be

New York's Northwell Health begins 3D printing nasal swabs for coronavirus testing

By Linda Carroll NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York-based hospital system Northwell Health said it has started to make its own nasal swabs using 3D printing, enabling it to produce thousands of swabs a day

U.S. strategic stockpile of medical supplies 'now empty' -Connecticut governor

By Andrew Hay (Reuters) - Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont said on Tuesday that the U.S. Strategic National Stockpile of medical supplies was now empty and the state was "on its own" trying to secure

Cruise ship with coronavirus outbreak sails to uncertain Florida welcome

By Reuters Staff (Reuters) - A Dutch cruise ship that has been in limbo since cases of the coronavirus were confirmed onboard faces an uncertain welcome at its planned destination in Florida, where

Dyslipidemic non-HDL-C predicts youth at risk for high cIMT in adulthood

By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Children with dyslipedemic non-HDL cholesterol (non-HDL-C) are at increased risk for high carotid artery intima-media thickness (cIMT) in adulthood, a new analysis

Molecular imaging bests conventional approach for staging aggressive prostate cancer

By Marilynn Larkin NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Prostate-specific membrane antigen (PSMA) PET-CT is more accurate than conventional imaging with CT and bone scanning for staging high-risk prostate

FDG-PET/CT may identify head-and-neck cancer patients at high risk of progression

By Marilynn Larkin NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Fluorodeoxyglucose F 18-labeled positron emission tomography and computed tomography (FDG-PET/CT) parameters had prognostic value in a systematic review

Dior turns its hand to face masks in coronavirus battle

By Reuters Staff PARIS (Reuters) - French fashion label Christian Dior said on Tuesday one of its workshops had started to produce face masks for workers in supermarkets and other sectors still

Losing sense of smell, taste, may be early signs of COVID-19

By Linda Carroll (Reuters Health) - Loss of the senses of smell and taste may be an early sign of infection with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, Italian researchers report in Clinical

U.S. appeals court allows Texas abortion curbs amid pandemic

By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday allowed Texas to enforce limits at least temporarily on the ability of women to obtain abortions as part of the state's policy

U.S. hospitals halt lucrative procedures amid coronavirus crisis, job cuts follow  

By Robin Respaut and Rebecca Spalding SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. hospitals and physician groups are beginning to feel severe financial strain as they shift operations from profitable

'It's just impossible': tracing contacts takes backseat as virus spreads

By Nathan Layne RIDGEFIELD, Conn. (Reuters) - Faced with more than 70 cases of the novel coronavirus and a deadly outbreak in an assisted living community in his town, Ed Briggs is overwhelmed. The

SPECIAL REPORT-The Mask Middlemen: How pop-up brokers seek big paydays in a frenzied market

By Joseph Tanfani and Josh Horwitz (Reuters) - Brian Kolfage, a Florida military veteran, recently convinced Americans to donate millions of dollars for a privately built wall on the U.S. southern

Wearable devices allow broad range of ambulatory cardiac monitoring

By Will Boggs MD NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A new generation of wearable devices, smartphones and other ambulatory sensors allows monitoring of everything from arrhythmia to stress, according to a

Duodenal mucosal resurfacing a potential non-drug therapy for type 2 diabetes

By Megan Brooks NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The Revita procedure for duodenal mucosal resurfacing (DMR) improves blood glucose control, insulin sensitivity and pancreatic beta-cell function in

Conservative strategy safe for angina-plagued heart patients with or without kidney disease

By Reuters Staff NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - New results from the ISCHEMIA and ISCHEMIA-CKD studies support the idea that patients with stable heart disease who are nonetheless plagued by moderate to

U.S. health officials consider face masks for Americans to slow coronavirus, but 'not there yet'

By Doina Chiacu WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. health officials said on Tuesday they are discussing whether to recommend that the general public wear face masks as a way to prevent transmission of the

France to transfer critical coronavirus patients by train to ease hospital pressure

By Reuters Staff PARIS (Reuters) - Thirty-eight critically ill coronavirus patients will be transferred by high-speed train from the Paris area to less overwhelmed regions on Wednesday to ease

INTERVIEW-Coronavirus surveillance poses long-term privacy threat, U.N. expert warns

By Umberto Bacchi TBILISI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Surveillance measures rolled out across the world as governments try curb the spread of coronavirus could cause lasting damage to the right to

German city introduces face masks for shoppers as coronavirus spreads

By Madeline Chambers BERLIN (Reuters) - The city of Jena in eastern Germany has decided to make people wear face masks when shopping or traveling on public transport, stepping up efforts to curb

Israel tests coronavirus vaccine prototype on rodents at defense lab

By Dan Williams JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel has begun testing a COVID-19 vaccine prototype on rodents at its bio-chemical defense laboratory, a source said on Tuesday. Prime Minister Benjamin

Top U.S. expert sees 'glimmers' social distancing dampening virus spread

By Reuters Staff WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. government's top infectious disease expert said on Tuesday there were "glimmers" that social distancing efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus

Idaho becomes first U.S. state to ban trans athletes

By Rachel Savage LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Idaho has become the first U.S. state to ban transgender girls and women from competing in female sports leagues, enacting new laws that also

Switch to adalimumab biosimilars in Denmark cut costs markedly

By Will Boggs MD NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The switch from brand-name adalimumab to biosimilars resulted in substantial cost reductions in Denmark, researchers report. "In general, we believe

Shorter fast after endoscopic hemostasis may not cause more ulcer rebleeds

By Reuters Staff NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Refeeding at 24 hours after endoscopic hemostasis for peptic ulcer bleeding appears no worse than refeeding at 48 hours in terms of rebleeding in high-risk

Myocardial injury contributes to COVID-19 mortality

By Will Boggs MD NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Myocardial injury may play a role in fatal outcomes of COVID-19, new reports in JAMA Cardiology suggest. "Myocardial injury is associated with impairment

China zeroes in on coronavirus patients with no symptoms as new infections rise

By Reuters Staff SHANGHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) - China will start releasing information from Wednesday on coronavirus patients who show no disease symptoms, ordering them into quarantine for 14 days, a

Mass disinfections to combat coronavirus pose another health hazard

By Prasto Wardoyo and John Geddie SURABAYA, Indonesia/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A drone dispersed clouds of disinfectant in the sky above Indonesia's second-largest city Surabaya on Tuesday, a response to

UK will automatically renew visas of foreign healthcare staff

By Reuters Staff LONDON (Reuters) - Britain said on Tuesday it would automatically renew the visas of foreign healthcare workers without charge to ensure they could focus on fighting the coronavirus

U.S. Army Corps to build hundreds of temporary hospitals for coronavirus crisis

By Susan Heavey and Barbara Goldberg WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. officials want to build hundreds of temporary hospitals across the country to cope with the thousands of new coronavirus cases

Heroic nurses need full protection against coronavirus - association

By Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA (Reuters) - More equipment is needed to protect the world's nurses working on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic to save lives, the head of the International

Indian doctors fight coronavirus with raincoats, helmets amid lack of equipment

By Devjyot Ghoshal and Aditya Kalra NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Shortages of protective health gear in India are forcing some doctors to use raincoats and motorbike helmets while fighting the coronavirus,

Coronavirus epidemic 'far from over' in Asia - WHO official

By Reuters Staff BEIJING (Reuters) - The coronavirus epidemic is "far from over" in the Asia-Pacific region, and current measures to curb the spread of the virus are buying time for countries to

Clear messages about quarantine are key to success, research finds

By Kate Kelland LONDON (Reuters) - Clear and consistent messaging about lockdown measures, why they are needed, and about the practicalities of social distancing such as food and finances, are crucial

Most clinicians who share medical record notes with patients find it helpful - survey

By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - At healthcare systems that give patients access to medical record notes, three in four clinicians think it's a good idea and can be useful and engaging for patients

Trans adults seeking gender-affirming surgery experienced gender dysphoria early in childhood

By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Most transgender adults seeking gender-affirming surgery (GAS) experienced gender dysphoria by age 7, a cross-sectional study at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los

After lower-limb surgery, major clots 75% less likely with rivaroxaban vs. enoxaparin

By Reuters Staff (Reuters Health) - A non-inferiority test comparing rivaroxaban to enoxaparin in patients who are immobilized after non-major lower-limb orthopedic surgery has concluded that

U.S. judge stops Texas from curbing abortions during coronavirus crisis

By Andrew Chung (Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Monday blocked Texas officials from banning most abortions in the state as part of their order to postpone surgeries and procedures deemed not medically

SPECIAL REPORT -Five days of worship that set a virus time bomb in France

By Tangi Salaün PARIS (Reuters) - From the stage of an evangelical superchurch, the leader of the gospel choir kicked off an evening of prayer and preaching: "We're going to celebrate the Lord! Are

S.Korea's emergency exercise in December facilitated coronavirus testing, containment

By Hyonhee Shin SEOUL (Reuters) - A South Korean tabletop exercise on emergency responses to a fictional mysterious outbreak led directly to tools the country deployed less than a month later to

California COVID-19 hospitalizations double in four days -governor

By Sharon Bernstein SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Reuters) - California Governor Gavin Newsom said on Monday that the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations in the state had nearly doubled over the past four days

UPDATE 1-France sees worst daily death toll as army ferries critical virus patients

(Adds daily toll, health agency chief) By Christian Hartmann and John Irish STRASBOURG/PARIS (Reuters) - France recorded its worst daily coronavirus death toll on Monday, exceeding 3,000 for the first

UK epidemic is slowing; antibody test could soon be ready -advisers

By Guy Faulconbridge and Paul Sandle LONDON (Reuters) - The coronavirus epidemic in the United Kingdom is showing signs of slowing and antibody tests could be ready in days, Neil Ferguson, a professor

UPDATE 1-Austria to make basic face masks compulsory in supermarkets

(Adds WHO comment, Kurz quote, detail) By Reuters Staff VIENNA (Reuters) - Austria will require shoppers to wear basic face masks in supermarkets in a bid to slow the still too-rapid spread of the

Mailed notices of high breast cancer risk do not often translate into behavior changes

By Linda Carroll (Reuters Health) - Most women who are notified by mail that they have a high risk of breast cancer are unlikely to do anything about it, a small study suggests. Among the 66 women who

Drug cuts cardiovascular deaths, hospitalizations in worsening heart failure

By Gene Emery (Reuters Health) - New results from the phase 3 VICTORIA trial show the experimental drug vericiguat can make a small but significant improvement in patients with worsening chronic heart

Abortion providers in Ohio aim to block coronavirus-related curbs

By Andrew Chung NEW YORK (Reuters) - Abortion providers across Ohio on Monday asked a federal court to block state officials from curbing abortions as part of an order canceling "non-essential"

INSIGHT-Coronavirus hits hundreds of U.S. police amid protective gear shortages

By Michelle Conlin, Linda So, Brad Heath and Grant Smith New York (Reuters) - When nine police officers showed up to make an arrest near Melrose Avenue in the Bronx last Wednesday, none wore a mask or

Wide variation among U.S. hospitals in safety of geriatric emergency surgery

By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Standardized mortality ratios for emergency geriatric surgery vary widely at U.S. hospitals, from a high of 2.3 to a low of 0.3, suggests an analysis of California

UPDATE 1-J&J, Moderna sign deals with U.S. to produce possible coronavirus vaccines

(Adds news on Moderna, BARDA and GAVI officials' comments) By Reuters Staff (Reuters) - The U.S. government has cut deals with Johnson & Johnson and Moderna Inc and said it is in talks with at least

France uses army helicopters to ferry critical virus patients abroad

By Christian Hartmann and John Irish STRASBOURG/PARIS (Reuters) - Army helicopters on Monday transported coronavirus patients fighting for their lives from eastern France to hospitals in Germany and

New York's Cuomo appeals to healthcare workers elsewhere to help state

By Reuters Staff (Reuters) - New York Governor Andrew Cuomo made a forceful call on Monday for healthcare professionals elsewhere to help the state's overwhelmed healthcare system battle the

Deaths, intubations swamp New Orleans doctors in coronavirus surge

By Brad Brooks (Reuters) - Emergency room doctor Thomas Krajewski stopped at the hospital room door at 2 a.m. to glance at the chart. He knew instantly the long odds faced by the patient inside: A man

Dolutegravir may carry small risk of hyperglycemia in patients with HIV

By Scott Baltic NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Starting dolutegravir therapy in patients with HIV is associated with a small but significantly increased risk of severe, symptomatic hyperglycemia,

Apixaban noninferior to dalteparin for preventing embolism in cancer patients

By Gene Emery (Reuters Health) - Among cancer patients with venous thromboembolism, oral therapy with apixaban is just as effective for preventing a subsequent clot as dalteparin, according to a new

Post hoc data suggest edaravone helpful in bulbar-onset ALS

By Megan Brooks NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - For patients with bulbar-onset amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), initiating treatment with edaravone appears to provide a benefit in terms of physical

Rivaroxaban lowers risk of amputation, ischemia after PAD revascularization

By Gene Emery (Reuters Health) - When patients with peripheral artery disease (PAD) undergo lower-extremity revascularization, treatment with rivaroxaban produces a lower collective risk of limb

Clopidogrel hikes serious bleeding 37% after aortic-valve implantation

By Gene Emery (Reuters Health) - Adding clopidogrel to oral anticoagulation heightens the risk of serious bleeding following transcatheter aortic-valve implantation (TAVI) by 37%, doctors behind the

An online lifeline in Portugal for old ventilators amid coronavirus crisis

By Catarina Demony LISBON (Reuters) - As hospitals struggle to cope with a shortage of life-saving ventilators to treat coronavirus patients, a group of volunteers from Portugal launched on Tuesday

From masks to meal boxes, businesses step in to help medics battling coronavirus

By Beh Lih Yi, Ban Barkawi and Sophie Davies KUALA LUMPUR/AMMAN/BARCELONA, March 30 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As the coronavirus epidemic stretches health services around the world to the limit,

Phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitors don't help everyone with erectile dysfunction

By Will Boggs MD NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Phosphodiesterase 5 (PDE5) inhibitors do not appear to benefit certain subgroups of men with erectile dysfunction (ED), according to a systematic review

Targeting nutrients has potential to improve cancer treatment

By Anne Harding NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Tailored diets could one day play a key role in cancer treatment by starving tumors of key nutrients and even boosting the effectiveness of certain drugs,

Austria to make basic face masks compulsory in supermarkets

By Reuters Staff VIENNA (Reuters) - Austria will require shoppers to wear basic face masks in supermarkets in a bid to slow the still too-rapid spread of the coronavirus, Chancellor Sebastian Kurz

Eosinophilic pneumonia possibly linked to vaping, THC use

By Will Boggs MD NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Vaping and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) use might be associated with the development of eosinophilic pneumonia and lymphadenopathy, according to a case

Sanofi, Regeneron expand testing of potential coronavirus treatment

By Reuters Staff (Reuters) - Sanofi and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc have expanded a clinical trial of their rheumatoid arthritis drug Kevzara as a coronavirus treatment to patients outside the

Italy may be on wrong path in fighting coronavirus contagion -scientist

By Stefano Bernabei ROME (Reuters) - Italy's measures to halt coronavirus contagion do not seem to be working and it should change its strategy by setting up centers to separate people with suspected

Fear on front lines as hospital staff face threats, stigma over coronavirus

By Karen Lema and Neil Jerome Morales MANILA (Reuters) - Janitor Ritchie Estabillo was on his way to work when he was confronted by five men who poured bleach over his face, one of a growing number of

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