COVID-19 vaccines did not reduce the risk of severe COVID-19 among cancer patients who received radiation, CAR T-cell therapy, or HSCT.
All articles by Andrea S. Blevins Primeau, PhD, MBA
Vaccines Do Not Reduce the Risk of Severe COVID-19 Among Patients With Cancer Receiving Certain Therapies
The Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act has not improved workplace discrimination towards patients with chronic illnesses .
Nearly one-third of novel therapies have a post-market safety event.
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