It’s clear that “back to school” has a very different meaning this year. U.S. News and World Report cited data from Education Week in reporting that 21 of the 25 biggest U.S. school districts are opting to go remote-learning-only this fall, with many others having hybrid (part virtual, part in-person) classes.
While one would have expected a primary care or emergency room doctor to be the first to have warned about the virus that became known as COVID-19, the doctor who issued the first warning was an ophthalmologist.
I don’t know about you, but this is not at all what I had hoped for on New Year’s Eve, and I’d certainly go back to that night just to be able to hug people again. (I am a hugger; I miss that the most!!)
An aptamer-based drug for the treatment of AMD has provided the basis for a COVID-19 detecting sensor. In 2004, the FDA approved Macugen Injection by EyeTech Pharmaceuticals for the treatment of wet AMD.
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