Is a Single Vaccine for Viruses Possible? Written: September 2022 Humans have been very fortunate to have been protected by vaccines for more than two centuries. The path to get from the identification of an infectious disease to have an …

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Is There More to mRNA Than Vaccines? Written: April 2022 About five years ago I attended a Research Day program at Danbury Hospital in Connecticut. The guest speaker gave an enthusiastic view of the potential of mRNA (messenger ribonucleic acid). …

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Photo credit: Pixabay Do We Still Need to Test for Covid-19? Written: April 2022 The public health officials identified clinical laboratories and testing for SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus as central to managing the global outbreaks of the COVID-19 pandemic. Federal funding and …

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Written: 11/23/2004 Edited: 09/16/2021 Innovation is one of those words that is a bit hard to internalize. Merriam-Webster says innovation is the introduction of something new or a new idea, method, or device. That would be a narrow definition, perhaps …

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I started working at IBM Corporation on June 1, 1967. Two years later, in 1969, I received a letter from President Nixon. It said, “Greeting: You are hereby ordered for induction into the Armed Forces of the United States”. I …

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