LONDON – The World Health Organization (WHO) has released its COVID-19 R&D roadmap, highlighting the gaps in knowledge about the virus and setting out priorities for research. The organization is now calling on groups around the world to use the document – drawn up by 400 experts – to coordinate their efforts.
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Med-tech happenings, including deals and partnerships, grants, preclinical data and other news in brief: Aguair, Anthem, Avricore, Blue Cross, Ehealth Technologies, Enzo Biochem, Labcorp, Mologic, Silk Road Medical.
A list of biopharma companies and nonprofit entities, including academia, working feverishly to find a vaccine or antiviral treatment to address the rapidly spreading coronavirus, now known as COVID-19, has more than doubled, increasing from about 30 a few weeks ago to 71 as of March 6.