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Coronavirus: New restrictions for Kildare, Offaly and Laois

Copyright copyright PA Media Image caption Over the past second month there have been 226 new Covid-19 cases in Kildare, Laois and Offaly Residents of Kildare, Offaly and Laois are not allowed to travel outside of their counties except for limited circumstances, under plans approved by the Irish government. There have been 226 Covid-19 cases in the last 14 days …

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Official COVID-19 Lack of Death Passed 10,000 – Deadline

On Friday, after a week of data on glitches and lack of leadership, California officially reported that the state had seen more than 10,000 deaths from coronavirus. While a technical failure in the state COVID reporting process, announced this week, has created an undercount in the daily new data cases, it does not affect the highies for hospitalizations, ICU patients …

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11 cases of rare COVID-19-related childhood syndrome confirmed in Washington – KOMO News

11 cases of rare COVID-19 related childhood syndrome confirmed in Washington KOMO News Children in Yakima, Franklin diagnosed with rare conditions associated with COVID-19 YakTriNews KAPP-KVEW COVID-19 and children: What can happen when children get the MSN Money coronavirus The Washington DOH reported that 11 children had a rare COVID-19 related condition KHQ Today NIH to fund new diagnostic tests …

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The Blood of Coronavirus Survivors Saves Lives

While we are waiting for a coronavirus vaccine, the spotlight on COVID-19 treatment returns to antibodies, the body’s natural defense against viruses. On Monday, federal health officials kicked off two large clinical trials of synthetic antibodies to treat mild, moderate, and hospitalized cases of coronavirus. A biotech firm is starting a related test in nursing homes. And it is expected …

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Why all drugs should pay for repairs to Henrietta Lacks

© Provided by Quartz Full photo of Henrietta Lacks at the National Portrait Gallery. When Henrietta Lacks went to Johns Hopkins Hospital with cervical cancer in 1951, a researcher removed cells from her tumor and discovered that, unlike other human cells, they survived and continued to replicate in the lab. HeLa cells, as they are known, have since been sold …

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The woman gets a second face transplant

BOSTON (AP) – For the second time in a decade, a New Hampshire woman has a new face. Carmen Blandin Tarleton, whose face was disfigured by an attack by her ex-husband, became the first American and only the second person in the world to undergo the procedure after her first move began to fail six years after surgery. The transfer …

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