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The Cumberlege Review of patient safety delivered a damning verdict on the UK’s health system. Its recommendations must be acted on, says a consensus of stakeholders.
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Abbott is launching a second test to detect COVID-19. The diagnostics giant announced on 27 March the release of a rapid, point-of-care test that can deliver results within five minutes.
AlloVir/Baylor, Soligenix/Hawaii and CEL-SCI/Georgia ink coronavirus collaborations, but deal-making continues in other areas as well, including Asklepios/UNC teaming on a gene therapy for Angelman syndrome and DeMelle licensing a targeted pancreatic cancer drug from Moffitt, among others.
The US agency says it will not object to medtech manufacturers making minor modifications to the motors, tubing or software of medical ventilators – or even to pressing CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) equipment into service to use as ventilators – during the COVID-19 public health emergency.
US telehealth companies are seeing skyrocketing demand for devices and services, which offers opportunities and challenges during this COVID-19 crisis.
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