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COVID-19 wreaks global havoc with breath-taking fury

Luc Montagnier, who received the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 2008 for the discovery of HIV, shocked the world recently with his announcement that the novel coronavirus genome has elements of the HIV-1 retrovirus, suggesting that it could well be man-made, possibly as part of an effort to develop an AIDS vaccine.

S Harachand
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COVID-19 vax makers fear immune ‘back firing’

With 79 vaccines currently under development worldwide to combat COVID-19, researchers are trying to obviate a potential but dangerous obstacle: immune enhancement.

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“GLOBAL COMMUNITY NEEDS MAJOR CONCEPTUAL CHANGES IN DELIVERING HEALTHCARE”

Dr Anup R Warrier warns infection prevention will continue to remain neglected until fresh concepts and incentive models are introduced into healthcare planning. Edited excerpts of an interview with FM:

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Lockdown: The only way out?

World Health Organization has endorsed the lockdown as the most effective strategy to curb the spread of the virus.

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Corona death stats flummox experts

How deadly is the novel coronavirus? What percentage of people die of COVID-19? These questions continue to baffle epidemiologists and laymen alike at a time when the total deaths caused by the virus are in the lakhs and the total infections are in the millions.

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Highly varying death rates confound COVID-19 researchers

How deadly is the novel coronavirus? What percentage of people die of COVID-19? These questions continue to baffle epidemiologists and laymen alike even after the new coronavirus infecting 22,63.052 people and killing 1,54, 827 (as at 6 pm, 18th April).

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Strange ways of autism

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), one of the most prevalent neurodevelopmental disorders, is increasing at an unprecedented pace in various regions of the world over the past several years.

S Harachand