Adults with severe symptoms of the novel illness will have the opportunity to participate
Like many of us, Dr. Cathleen Colón-Emeric, chief of the Division of Geriatrics at the Duke School of Medicine, has older parents who live nearby.
When you finish reading this story, go take a walk. Clear your head. Log off of Twitter. Step away from pandemic news. It’ll be good for you.
Three Duke infectious disease experts talked with the media Tuesday to discuss the origins and spread of COVID-19 and the global and U.S. response.
Just six weeks ago, almost no one was talking about coronavirus. But by the third week of January, stories about a worrisome illness spreading in China had taken over news cycles across the world.
This could be a game-changer in the fight against a deadly epidemic that has affected thousands