Quest for coronavirus treatment inspires modern twist on antique technique using survivors’ plasma

Ricki Lewis | 
There's no shortage of research efforts looking for ways to stop, or at least slow down, the novel coronavirus. Of ...
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‘Perfect storm’: Why the coronavirus shut the world down, when SARS, Ebola and swine flu didn’t

Kaleigh Rogers | 
In the past two decades, the world battled Ebola, SARS and more than one major flu outbreak. Those left tragedies ...
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If China’s coronavirus isn’t contained soon, we may be stuck with it permanently

Sharon Begley | 
With the new coronavirus spreading from person to person (possibly including from people without symptoms), reaching four continents, and traveling faster than ...
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How long will it take to develop a vaccine for the coronavirus?

Ed Cara | 
As a newly discovered pneumonia-causing virus threatens to engulf China and spread far beyond its borders, governments and researchers are ...

Viewpoint: Biological terrorism isn’t as scary as you may think

Emily Leproust | 
As new biological techniques advance, there are justifiable concerns these technologies could be used to create manmade pandemics. These worries ...
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