Clinical Trial Impact of Superstorm Sandy Lingers
By Marie Powers
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Four weeks after Hurricane Sandy slammed into the Eastern U.S., the full scope of the superstorm's impact on one of the busiest clinical trials centers in the world remains unknown. The discovery of thousands of drowned lab mice in the bowels of New York University's (NYU) Smilow Research Building following Sandy's storm surge the night of Oct. 29 suggested the region's medical infrastructure would be damaged beyond bricks and mortar.
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