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ThinkFest 2021: Ala Stanford Talks COVID-19 Plan
Tune into ThinkFest on Thursday, November 11th, at 4 p.m., for our discussion with Ala Stanford.
The Pandemic Made Me Prepare For the Worst. But Nothing Prepared Me to Lose the Love of My Life
After lockdown started, I thought I had considered every possibility, every apocalyptic scenario. I was wrong.
For 25 Years, Jimmy Dennis Was on Death Row. Then One Day, He Wasn’t.
The Philadelphia musician spent the prime of his life in prison for murder, until the courts said he should never have been convicted.
How Philly’s Bioscience Sector Is Driving the City’s Next Big Real Estate Boom
More than a million square feet of lab space are under construction to house the region’s leading life sciences companies and biotech entrepreneurs.
Here’s How the City Is Preparing to Distribute a COVID-19 Vaccine Once One Is Ready
Several vaccines for the novel coronavirus could be ready by mid-December. Here’s what — and how long — it’ll take to make them accessible to those who need them.
Penn Is Enrolling Pregnant Women in a COVID-19 Clinical Trial. Here’s Why That’s Important
Of the 900 COVID-19 clinical trials launched around the world, very few have been related to pregnancy — even though pregnant women are more likely to have worse outcomes from the virus than non-pregnant women.
NextUp: The Company Working to Prevent Respiratory Failure in COVID-19 Patients
NeuroRX has a history of pursuing treatments for illnesses abandoned by others. Their latest drug had been shelved for 20 years until they unearthed it this March.
Drew Weissman, a professor of infectious diseases at the University of Pennsylvania whose technology the promising vaccine is based on, explains how it works.
Meet the Founder of Philly’s First Black-Owned Biotech Manufacturer
Tia Lyles-Williams, CEO of LucasPye Bio, is carving a path to bring more affordable drugs to market — and to make her industry more inclusive.
It’s November and We Still Don’t Have a Coronavirus Vaccine
Here’s a look at how far Philly companies have gotten in the development process — and how far there is yet to go.
How to Assemble Your Cancer Support Team in Philadelphia
If you’re going through cancer treatment, it’s important you don’t do it alone. In Philly, you don’t have to.
How to Conquer Cancer in Philadelphia
From finding a cancer support network to enrolling in potentially lifesaving trials, this guide can remove some of the uncertainty.
Why Cancer Screenings — Even in the Middle of a Pandemic — Are Still Vitally Important
Cancer screenings are down this year, which is an issue that should concern us all.
How to Access Cutting-Edge Cancer Treatments and Clinical Trials in Philly
Take a look at the medical marvels being pioneered right here.
How to Celebrate Fall and Winter Holidays Safely During a Pandemic
With the season of family gatherings upon us, here are five ways to make your holiday celebrations safer for all.