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How America’s decimated pandemic response capabilities led to one of the worst coronavirus outbreaks in the world
The US was hobbled by insufficient public health funding, a dearth of testing, and a president who ignored the warnings.
Blood tests, treatments, and more hospital beds are the keys to reopening America, according to the former head of the FDA
A group of experts at the American Enterprise Institute proposed a plan to reopen America, once the coronavirus stops spreading rapidly. Here's how.
Neuro XPF, the company owned by Kyle Turley, the former Saints offensive tackle, was sent a warning letter by the FDA.
A former Trump health official says life won’t return to normal by the summer, warning camps and concerts will be cancelled even as coronavirus ...
Some restrictions will likely loosen up by June, but high-density environments like college campuses could still be subject to lockdowns.
"Amarin strongly disagrees with the ruling and will vigorously pursue all available remedies," said Amarin CEO John Thero.
San Francisco startups have suspended sales of at-home coronavirus test kits after the FDA issued a warning
After the FDA said it had not authorized testing for the coronavirus at home, startups Nurx and Carbon Health have stopped shipping test kits.
‘Trump kept saying it was basically pretty much a cure’: Woman whose husband died after ingesting chloroquine tells the public not to R...
"We saw Trump on TV — every channel — and all of his buddies and that this was safe," the woman told NBC News.
For more than 2 weeks, state labs were told they couldn’t use the CDC’s coronavirus tests — but the tests could have been used all a...
The FDA and the CDC took 16 days to notify state labs of the solution to their faulty test kits: tossing an ingredient that had never been necessary.
FDA and FTC crack down on fake coronavirus cures, warning 7 companies selling teas, essential oils, and colloidal silver the government is ‘prep...
FTC chairman Joe Simons said he is "prepared to take enforcement actions against companies" selling items claiming to protect against the coronavirus.
The US government has completed fewer than 6,000 coronavirus tests as more states report new cases and deaths
"We don't have enough tests today to meet what we anticipate will be the demand going forward," Vice President Mike Pence said on Thursday.