Racial disparities in breast cancer survival in the United States could be cut by more than half if Black women got mammograms every other year starting at age 40, according to findings from a model of simulated health outcomes published on Monday.
Compared with white women
A study run by the National Institutes of Health showed on Wednesday that people who got Johnson & Johnson Inc’s (JNJ.N) COVID-19 vaccine as a first shot had a stronger immune response when boosted with vaccines from Pfizer Inc (PFE.N)/BioNTech SE or Moderna Inc (MRNA.O).
The study, which is preliminary
According to the senior Biden administration official, the US is communicating regularly with India through bilateral and multilateral channels to discuss about the supply of COVID-19 vaccines and also to inquire about the timeline for restarting the vaccine exports.
The global pandemic will be the key
The United States and Britain are stepping up calls for the World Health Organisation to take a deeper look into the possible origins of COVID-19, including a new visit to China where the first human infections were detected. WHO and Chinese experts issued a first