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Fauci, who has directed the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984, will step down in December.
COVID-19 test results provide valuable data that public health departments can use to assess needs and modify responses.
COVID can also affect the gut lining, which may allow pathogenic bacteria to enter the bloodstream and cause secondary infections.
Researchers found that today’s COVID rapid antigen tests can identify all current variants of concern and interest.
The small study found no evidence of delayed development of antibodies in participants who experienced rebound after taking Paxlovid.
The study, sponsored by the National Institutes of Health, will gather data on tecovirimat, or TPOXX.
Higher levels of viral antigens in the blood correlated with more severe disease.
An experimental vaccine produced an immune response to a range of different coronaviruses in mice and monkeys, including SARS-CoV-2.
A challenge for the public health community is ensuring equitable, efficient distribution of vaccines and treatment.
Fauci led the U.S. HIV research effort for nearly 40 years before becoming the nation’s leading COVID-19 medical advisor.
The roadmap includes improved strategies for vaccination, screening and follow-up care.
Using wastewater to track the emergence of new variants of concern could be faster and less expensive than clinical testing.
Antibody levels decrease substantially within three months after a booster, according to new clinical trial data.
People of European or African ancestry who were hospitalized for COVID-19 are more likely to carry particular genetic variants.
Findings from small NIH study could provide insight into long-term neurological symptoms of COVID-19.
Two drugs widely used to treat certain autoimmune diseases substantially improved clinical status and reduced deaths.
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