Harvard Study Suggests COVID Protection Can Come From Previous Infection or DNA Vaccine
May 21, 2020
By Neozene

The following is from FierceBiotech and was written by Arlene Weintraub In all the excitement over the potential for a quick vaccine to prevent COVID-19, one burning question has emerged: Are the antibodies that form in response to the virus adequate for fending off future infections? Scientists led by Harvard University have published two studies that they believe begin to answer that question. In one study, nine macaques that were infected with SARS-CoV-2 and then recovered were protected against the disease when they were exposed to it again 35 days later.

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Neozene Obtains PPE Gear for Clients, Helping Them Get Back to Work Safely
May 6, 2020
By Neozene

In response to the ongoing battle against COVID-19 (“Coronavirus”), Neozene has been working tirelessly to find a way to provide its partners with personal protective equipment (PPE). We are proud to announce that our efforts have been successful. Neozene, Inc. is pleased to offer our close partners access to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), procured through the Neozene Board of Physicians. For many years, Neozene has run clinical trials and FDA compliance efforts for pharmaceutical and medical device companies across the nation. With the tagline “Safety in Medicine,” Neozene consistently goes above

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‘Operation Warp Speed’ aims to deliver a COVID-19 vaccine by year-end: Bloomberg
April 30, 2020
By Neozene

This article originally appeared in FiercePharma and was written by Eric Sagonowsky Biopharma players worldwide have committed big money and talent to the hunt for a COVID-19 vaccine, striking some unprecedented partnerships along the way. Behind the scenes, another joint effort has been taking shape at the White House, Bloomberg reports. The Trump administration is working up a Manhattan Project-style joint initiative, bringing biotech, pharma and federal agencies together to speed up the work—and let the U.S. government take on the financial risks. Dubbed “Operation Warp Speed,” the project’s goal

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