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U.S. only at ‘the beginning of the steep part’ of the coronavirus pandemic, Dr. Scott Gottlieb says

Dr. Scott Gottlieb warned that the United States is only “at the beginning of the steep part of the epidemic” as the number of coronavirus infections and hospitalizations across the country break grim records. In an interview on CNBC’s “The News with Shepard Smith” on Friday, the former FDA chief said, “You’ll see cases start… Read More »

Rare Pharmacy Emerges From Specialty, Part 2 – Pharmacy Times

Gordon J. Vanscoy, PharmD, MBA; Pamela Koener, PharmD; and Richard Faris, PhD, RPh Part 1 of this 3-part series, published in last month’s Directions in Oncology Pharmacy™, explored how changes in US federal policy and advances in scientific research have led to the dawn of medical breakthroughs for rare disorders. Part 2 describes how rare… Read More »

Health care workers say protesting racial injustice should be part of the job – STAT

Amid the dual crises of a global pandemic and a reckoning with systemic racial injustice, health workers and health educators are grappling with a momentous question that hovers between personal and professional: how much of an activist should a health care worker be? Doctors, epidemiologists, and nurses are increasingly abandoning their characteristic reticence in favor… Read More »

PayPal, Intuit QuickBooks approved to take part in coronavirus, small-business emergency loan program

A sign is posted outside of the PayPal headquarters in San Jose, California. Justin Sullivan | Getty Images After weeks of lobbying, fintech companies are officially allowed to take part in the U.S. government’s emergency lending program.  PayPal and Intuit QuickBooks announced Friday evening that they were approved by the Small Business Administration to take… Read More »