1. Trastuzumab Deruxtecan Shows Efficacy in HER2+ Breast Cancer Brain Mets  OncLive
  2. Dr. Park on the Benefit of Trastuzumab Deruxtecan in HER2+ Breast Cancer  OncLive
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  1. Research proves how ridiculous it is to compare coronavirus to the flu  BGR
  2. Covid-19 Patients Not Infectious After 11 Days: Singapore Study  Bloomberg
  3. Lungs of dead COVID-19 patients show distinctive features: Study  Daijiworld.com
  4. COVID-19 vs. Flu: Blood Clots in Lungs  MedicineNet
  5. COVID-19 patients sought for study searching for links between the virus and genetic history  KENS 5: Your San Antonio News Source
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  1. Does vitamin D protect against Covid-19? Why there may be something to these claims.  Inverse
  2. Scientists Warn Against High Doses of Vitamin D Supplementation for Preventing or Treating COVID-19  SciTechDaily
  3. High doses of vitamin D supplementation cannot prevent, treat Covid-19: Study  Times of India
  4. Does vitamin D help protect against Covid-19?  Hindustan Times
  5. Does vitamin D really protect against coronavirus?  Yahoo News Australia
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  1. Gesturing while speaking or 'talking with your hands' makes your voice louder, scientists find  Telegraph.co.uk
  2. Talk to the hand! Gesticulating while speaking actually makes your voice louder, study reveals  Daily Mail
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Coronavirus vaccine safe in early trial, hydroxychloroquine may increase death risk  ReutersView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Explained: In pregnant women with Covid-19, injuries in placenta  The Indian Express
  2. Placentas from COVID-19-positive pregnant women show injury  Medical Xpress
  3. Pregnant women with COVID-19 show placenta injury in small study  Yahoo Singapore News
  4. Covid-19 appears to attack placenta during pregnancy, study says  msnNOW
  5. Injuries Found in Placentas From COVID-19-Positive Pregnant Women – Suggests Abnormal Blood Flow Between Mothers, Babies  SciTechDaily
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  1. Blood test could help doctors identify patients at risk of developing type 2 diabetes  News-Medical.Net
  2. NHS diabetes chief warns of the danger of piling on 'life changing' lockdown pounds  Daily Mail
  3. Test developed by U of T researchers predicts diabetes in women who had gestational form of illness  News@UofT
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  1. Lockdown measures have kept nearly 80 million children from receiving preventive vaccines  Fox News
  2. Polio and Measles Could Surge After Disruption of Vaccine Programs  The New York Times
  3. At least 80 million children under one at risk of diseases such as diphtheria, measles and polio as COVID-19 disrupts routine vaccination efforts, warn Gavi, WHO and UNICEF  World Health Organization
  4. Coronavirus: Millions of infants at risk as pandemic disrupts vaccination efforts for other diseases, WHO warns  The National
  5. Coronavirus Pandemic Threatens to Derail Polio Eradication--but There's a Silver Lining  Scientific American
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  1. Study Reveals Coronavirus Immunity Only Lasts for 6 Months Casting Doubts on 'Immunity Passports’ for S  Science Times
  2. Coronavirus immunity could only last six months - casting fresh doubt on 'immunity passports'  Daily Mail
  3. Coronavirus immunity may only last six months | News  The Times
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  1. Josephine Matseke Peter: Daughter's tribute to nurse who treated COVID-19 patients  Sky News
  2. Nurse shares photos of how Covid ravages the body  CNN
  3. Coronavirus Survivor Shares Shocking Body Transformation Pics  NDTV
  4. Being Young & Fit Didn't Matter, Nurse Shares Shocking Pics Of His Body Before & After Coronavirus  ScoopWhoop
  5. Nurse’s Viral Weight Loss Photo Reveals How Coronavirus Severely Impacts the Body  Prevention.com
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  1. THE NEW NORMAL: Fauci says Americans can celebrate Memorial Day with precautions  KETKnbc
  2. What the Coronavirus Task Force Says About Memorial Day 2020 Outdoor Activities Like Beaches, Golf and More  Newsweek
  3. Dr. Deborah Birx OKs Memorial Day golf, tennis with marked balls and socially distant picnics  Daily Mail
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  1. Did a mink just give the coronavirus to a human? Here’s what we know.  National Geographic
  2. Mink might be a COVID-19 intermediate host: Dutch research  CGTN
  3. Dutch Farm Worker Contracted Coronavirus From Mink  http://hamodia.com
  4. Mink Linked to Human Covid Case Prompts Dutch to Screen Farms  Bloomberg
  5. Dutch farm worker likely got COVID-19 from mink: Minister  Deccan Herald
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  1. How coronavirus lockdowns stopped flu in its tracks  Nature.com
  2. Flu vaccinations key this fall, winter: KCDC  The Korea Herald
  3. Study Shows COVID-19 Body Count 20 Times Higher Than Seasonal Flu Deaths  HealthLeaders Media
  4. Flu vaccinations key this fall, winter—S. Korean health execs  INQUIRER.net
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  1. Deaths from alcohol, drugs, suicide topped 150,000 in 2018  Medical Xpress
  2. More Americans dying from alcohol, drugs & suicide  WILX-TV
  3. Drug overdose deaths drop in U.S. as other deaths of despair rise, report finds  NBC News
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  1. What is Kawasaki Disease?  23 ABC News | KERO
  2. Doctors race to understand new illness afflicting children  Al Jazeera English
  3. Young adults are also affected by Kawasaki-like disease linked to coronavirus, doctors say  The Washington Post
  4. Six things to know about Kawasaki disease and the coronavirus  Nikkei Asian Review
  5. 3 cases of Kawasaki disease in kids suspected in Hillsborough County  10 Tampa Bay
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  1. Researchers discover biomarkers of ALS in teeth  Medical Xpress
  2. Problems with Metabolizing Metals in Childhood Linked to Developing ALS in Adulthood  Newsweek
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  1. London: 17% of population may have had coronavirus, says Matt Hancock  Guardian News
  2. Coronavirus: Virus test with 20-minute results being trialled  BBC News
  3. Britain inks deal for coronavirus antibody tests, which it will provide for free  The Straits Times
  4. The NHS medical director has warned against buying antibody tests  Cosmopolitan UK
  5. NHS and social care staff to get coronavirus antibody tests from next week  The Guardian
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  1. Social distancing a week earlier could have saved 36,000 US lives, study finds  The Guardian
  2. Lockdown Delays Cost at Least 36,000 Lives, Data Show  msnNOW
  3. Coronavirus: 36,000 lives could have been saved in US with earlier action, new model shows  The Independent
  4. If US had started social distancing a week earlier, about 36,000 fewer people would have died, study says  CNN
  5. Earlier US lockdown 'could have saved 36,000 lives'  Telegraph.co.uk
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  1. DHEC: Total virus cases top 9000 with nearly 400 total deaths  News 19 WLTX
  2. York County SC has 308 coronavirus cases, health officials say | Rock Hill Herald  Rock Hill Herald
  3. SC surpasses 9,000 coronavirus cases, nears 400 deaths, DHEC says  The State
  4. 4 new coronavirus deaths reported in Greenville County, DHEC says  WYFF4 Greenville
  5. As COVID-19 cases surpass 9,000 in SC, percent positive falls drastically  WTOC
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  1. Woman collects big donation of PPE for Charlotte hospital  WCNC
  2. Two new cases of COVID-19 reported in Halifax County; one new death in Mecklenburg  YourGV.com
  3. Mecklenburg County coronavirus update (May 19, 2020)  WCNC
  4. COVID-19 in Charlotte: Outbreaks reported on construction sites. Meck records 3 more deaths  WBTV
  5. COVID-19 in Charlotte: Outbreaks reported on construction sites. Mecklenburg has 3 more deaths  Charlotte Observer
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  1. Gene mutation linked to MEF2C haploinsufficiency syndrome  News-Medical.Net
  2. Researchers link gene mutation to autism behaviors  Medical Xpress
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  1. Trump Is Taking Hydroxychloroquine: Why Experts Say You Shouldn't  Healthline
  2. The president who can only live in the moment  The Week
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  1. Pediatrician reminds parents of vaccinations  THV11
  2. CDC warns of possible measles outbreak as vaccinations for children fall during coronavirus pandemic  CNBC
  3. Doctors see 'large decrease' in vaccinations during coronavirus pandemic  WDSU News
  4. Pandemic-Related Vaccination Drop Raises Concern About U.S. Measles Outbreak  The New York Times
  5. CDC working on guidelines for vaccine priority  KTNV Channel 13 Las Vegas
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  1. Feared “reactivation” of COVID-19 infections disputed by new data  Ars Technica
  2. Serology for SARS-CoV-2: Apprehensions, opportunities, and the path forward  Science
  3. Psychiatric and neuropsychiatric presentations associated with severe coronavirus infections: a systematic review and meta-analysis with comparison to the COVID-19 pandemic  The Lancet
  4. SARS antibodies can block COVID-19 infection: Study - The Jakarta Post  Jakarta Post
  5. Unusual Symptoms of Coronavirus: What We Know So Far  TIME
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  1. Does COVID-19 infect peripheral blood cells?  News-Medical.Net
  2. Evidence of prolonged COVID-19 virus shedding noted in China  CIDRAP
  3. COVID-19: How often should you wash your reusable face mask?  Gulf News
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  1. Thousands of cancer patients could die early due to coronavirus delays, study finds  The Guardian
  2. Daily death toll from Covid-19 could fall to almost zero by the end of next month, expert claims  Daily Mail
  3. Cancer surgery delays could lead to 5,000 deaths, study warns  Telegraph.co.uk
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First COVID-19 vaccine could come as soon as March, Shanghai expert says  ecnsView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Study shows human monoclonal antibodies can effectively neutralize SARS-CoV-2  News-Medical.Net
  2. Evidence emerges indicating COVID-19 was artificially adapted to infect humans  WION
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  1. UK COVID-19 deaths rise to 34636 as new study launched to track spread of coronavirus  SHINE
  2. BREAKING: UK plans to roll out vaccine by fall if trials succeed as COVID-19 deaths rise by 170  Sky News
  3. This breakthrough coronavirus vaccine already worked on monkeys  BGR
  4. UK ahead of the curve with COVID-19 vaccine  Sky News Australia
  5. Coronavirus: UK daily death figure dips to lowest since day after lockdown  BBC News
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  1. Coronavirus death toll tops 28000 in France  China.org.cn
  2. COVID-19 fatalities rise in France  Anadolu Agency
  3. France death toll passes 28,000 as virus hits abattoirs  New Straits Times
  4. Covid-19: French toll exceeds 28,000, with 483 new deaths reported  FRANCE 24 English
  5. France coronavirus death toll rises to 28,108: ministry  Reuters
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  1. Want to sleep like a baby during the coronavirus crisis? Here are 10 ways to do it  Inverse
  2. COMMENTARY: Here are 10 tips to help you sleep better amid the coronavirus stress  Global News
  3. This is what your sleeping position says about you - from a cuddler to a cocoon  Chronicle Live
  4. Avoid naps and staying in bed if you don’t sleep, when you home-quarantine  ThePrint
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  1. Don’t let this pandemic cause another outbreak - The Jakarta Post  Jakarta Post
  2. Immunization should continue amid COVID-19 pandemic – health experts  INQUIRER.net
  3. Don't delay getting routine childhood vaccines-health care experts say  BayToday
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Hamster tests show masks reduce coronavirus spread: Scientists - The Jakarta Post  Jakarta PostView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Officials call on DOE to get info to parents on COVID-19 linked condition in children  PIX11 News
  2. Child in St. Clair County IL may have syndrome linked to COVID-19  Belleville News-Democrat
  3. Mom reveals seven-year-old’s scary symptoms like red EYES and chapped lips after suffering coronavirus-linked  The Irish Sun
  4. One case of PMIS reported in eastern Iowa  KCRG
  5. CDC Warns Doctors To Look Out For COVID-Related Syndrome In Kids  Newsy
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  1. Covid-19 Masks Are Not Toxic. But Babies Shouldn’t Wear Them  Forbes
  2. Could wearing a mask for long periods be detrimental to health?  The Jerusalem Post
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  1. COVID-19 infection rate in the UK moves back into the 'danger zone'  Sky News Australia
  2. Reopen schools even if they have to close again, says Sage adviser  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. UK's coronavirus 'R' infection rate back up to as high as 1 after rising in last week  Mirror Online
  4. Estimated coronavirus reproduction rate appears to increase  Winsford Guardian
  5. Estimated speed of coronavirus infections rises over past week in UK  Sky News Australia
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YouTube, Facebook Posts Show Inaccurate Scientific Claims - Studies  Tech TimesView Full coverage on Google News
  1. GPs press Hancock for clear testing strategy to avoid second wave of coronavirus  The Guardian
  2. Clear testing strategy required rather than focus on targets, GPs warn  Falmouth Packet
  3. Coronavirus: UK’s testing strategy ‘undermining confidence’ of NHS staff, warn doctors  The Independent
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  1. Pangolins were not involved in the transmission of SARS-CoV-2, study suggests  sciencefocus.com
  2. There Probably Aren't Different Strains of SARS-CoV-2 (Yet)  SciShow
  3. The coronavirus might have weak spots. Machine learning could help find them.  News@Northeastern
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  1. France: Nine-year-old boy dies from ailment with symptoms of Kawasaki disease  WION
  2. France: First case of child dying from Kawasaki-like disease  Al Jazeera English
  3. Child dies in France from rare inflammatory disease linked to coronavirus  The Times of Israel
  4. Kawasaki-like disease kills 9-yr old in France, concerns grow over COVID linked children illness  WION
  5. Covid-19 France:351 new deaths but critical cases fall  The Connexion
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'I felt guilty': volunteer on signing up for Oxford Covid-19 vaccine trial  The GuardianView Full coverage on Google News
  1. Two Epic Health Crises And Their Connection: Coronavirus And Antibiotic Resistance : Goats and Soda  NPR
  2. 'Superbugs' are a hidden danger in the fight against coronavirus, says former CDC director  CNBC
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  1. Coronavirus: NHS data reveals lowest numbers of A&E patients ever on record | 5 News  5 News
  2. Coronavirus: A&E visits in England down to record low  BBC News
  3. Coronavirus: A quarter of COVID-19 patients who died in England had diabetes  Sky News
  4. GPs made 30% fewer referrals to secondary care during March  Pulse
  5. Coronavirus latest news: A&E admissions fall to lowest figure on record - watch Downing St briefing live  Telegraph.co.uk
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  1. Staying caught up on vaccines  CBS 17
  2. Oxford vaccine trial moves into hospitals where Covid-19 is more prevalent, scientist reveals  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. Volunteers line up to be infected with Covid-19  CNBC Television
  4. Thousands volunteer to be intentionally infected with COVID-19  9News
  5. Thousands Signing Up To Be Volunteers In Coronavirus Vaccine Trials  CBS Miami
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  1. How the antibody test could mean returning to normal life | Coronavirus  The Telegraph
  2. Covid antibody test a 'positive development'  BBC News
  3. Is the antibody test approved by Public Health England a 'game changer'?  The Guardian
  4. New coronavirus test 'highly specific and 100 per cent accurate'  sciencefocus.com
  5. Coronavirus World Update, May 14: Russia sees decline in cases, UK approves Roche antibody test, Wuhan’s...  Firstpost
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  1. Austin Public Health issues new risk-based guidelines for residents | KVUE  KVUE
  2. Austin at stage 3 of newly-released COVID-19 risk chart, Austin Public Health says  KXAN.com
  3. Coronavirus in Austin: Leaders share new risk-based guidelines | KVUE  KVUE
  4. Watch: Public Health Leaders Unveil New Chart Showing Austin's COVID-19 Risk Level  KUT
  5. New risk-based guidelines released to help community stay safe during COVID-19 pandemic  FOX 7 Austin
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  1. High blood pressure - the easy home exercise to prevent deadly hypertension symptoms  Express
  2. Manage your blood pressure at home with this doctor-approved smart device: 'Only one button to press'  Yahoo Sports
  3. Manage your blood pressure at home with this doctor-approved smart device: 'One button to press'  AOL
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Coronavirus: GP Poornima Nair had her 'heart with the NHS'  BBC NewsView Full coverage on Google News
  1. New coronavirus outbreaks 'inevitable without robust UK strategy'  The Guardian
  2. Boris Johnson's lockdown easing measures 'dangerous' and more epidemics inevitable, Independent Sage warns  The Independent
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  1. Life-Saving Organ Transplants Plummet During COVID-19 Crisis  HealthDay News
  2. Coronavirus: Low level of transplants sparks concern  BBC News
  3. Organ transplants plummet amid coronavirus crisis  CGTN
  4. Organ procurement and transplantation during the COVID-19 pandemic  The Lancet
  5. Organ transplants from deceased donors plummet amid coronavirus crisis  NBCNews.com
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