60% of the 55 million families affected by Alzheimer’s globally live in low- and middle-income countries—yet the vast majority of genetic research on the disease has been limited to westerners.
When Serbian forces bombed Sarajevo, Bosnia on May, 26, 1992, the pediatric hospital came under direct attack. Nurses scrambled to save 17 premature babies—carrying 2 or 3 apiece to the basement while bullets and shells rained down. 9 of the babies died.
There are several medications used to treat opioid use disorder—but about half of those who take them relapse within about 6 months.
Administrative policies are preventing nearly 4 million undocumented migrants across 10 European countries from getting COVID-19 vaccines,
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Giving young children a vaccine-drug combo during the time they are most vulnerable could cut malaria deaths and illness by 70%,
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