Vaccination

China and Russia's end-stage vaccines

As Britain becomes the first Western country to approve a COVID-19 vaccine for general use, here is a look at what leading non-Western nations are doing in the race to get a vaccine approved.

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Australia expects COVID-19 vaccination is still a year away

Australia considered a rollout of a coronavirus vaccine no sooner than mid-2021 a best-case scenario in its pandemic planning that would save the economy tens of billions of dollars, the treasurer said on Wednesday.

Medical economics

The BMJ reveals worrying cuts to UK medical schools

As nearly a million university students start term this month, UK medical schools face a perfect storm of financial problems that could dramatically affect student education, according to a special report by The BMJ today.

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