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FDA issues emergency use authorization for Johnson & Johnson vaccine FDA issues emergency use authorization for Johnson & Johnson vaccine

FDA issues emergency use authorization for Johnson & Johnson vaccine

February 28, 2021

Medical experts on Friday unanimously recommended that
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BIDMC researchers build tool to estimate false negative COVID-19 test rates BIDMC researchers build tool to estimate false negative COVID-19 test rates

BIDMC researchers build tool to estimate false negative COVID-19 test rates

February 24, 2021

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Kevin Tabb, MD shares that COVID-19 has prompted new cooperation among rival hospitals Kevin Tabb, MD shares that COVID-19 has prompted new cooperation among rival hospitals

Kevin Tabb, MD shares that COVID-19 has prompted new cooperation among rival hospitals

February 2, 2021

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J&J single-shot vaccine, developed by Barouch’s lab, announced 85% effective against severe COVID-19 disease J&J single-shot vaccine, developed by Barouch’s lab, announced 85% effective against severe COVID-19 disease

J&J single-shot vaccine, developed by Barouch’s lab, announced 85% effective against severe COVID-19 disease

January 29, 2021

Johnson & Johnson vaccine ‘highly effective
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Elon Musk’s foundation gives $5M to Beth Israel Lahey Health’s Barouch, Ragon Institute Elon Musk’s foundation gives $5M to Beth Israel Lahey Health’s Barouch, Ragon Institute

Elon Musk’s foundation gives $5M to Beth Israel Lahey Health’s Barouch, Ragon Institute

January 19, 2021

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A Beth Israel researcher helped create a COVID-19 vaccine that awaits approval. It could be a ‘game changer’ A Beth Israel researcher helped create a COVID-19 vaccine that awaits approval. It could be a ‘game changer’

A Beth Israel researcher helped create a COVID-19 vaccine that awaits approval. It could be a ‘game changer’

January 19, 2021

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As we enter Women's History Month, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is proud and honored to celebrate the achievements of women from the past, present, and future.

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In the latest episode of Beth Israel Lahey Health's COVID Conversations, Mary LaSalvia, MD, Director of Infectious Disease at BIDMC, answers "What are the latest guidelines about wearing a mask?". ... See MoreSee Less

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Dealing with the uncertainty and isolation of COVID-19 over the past year has been exceptionally challenging for everyone,” notes Dhruv Kazi, MD, MSc, Assistant Director of the Smith Center for Outcomes Research in Cardiology and Director of the Cardiac Critical Care Unit at BIDMC. Read how people who have adopted pets over the past year have gained comfort, companionship, and, in many cases, improved cardiovascular health. bit.ly/3dz26EH #HeartMonth

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Carly S. from Austin, TX wrote on November 11, 2020 at 9:27 pm:
Thank you to everyone at BIDMC! You suit up every day to keep us safe while paving the way for a COVID vaccine. I am so deeply grateful for your hard-working team and will continue to send appreciation and gratitude from Texas.
Thank you to everyone at BIDMC! You suit up every day to keep us safe while paving the way for a COVID vaccine. I am so deeply grateful for your hard-working team and will continue to send appreciation and gratitude from Texas.
Judy Dolan from Wakefield wrote on June 26, 2020 at 5:38 pm:
You really are my heroes! In this time of such uncertainty, you have done everything to be there for your patients like me. I am truly grateful.
You really are my heroes! In this time of such uncertainty, you have done everything to be there for your patients like me. I am truly grateful.
Lorri Devlin from Cotuit wrote on June 12, 2020 at 4:20 pm:
Thank you for being a trusted source for care, information and support. BIDMC staff is Boston's finest.
Thank you for being a trusted source for care, information and support. BIDMC staff is Boston's finest.
Evelyn Pizzi from Plymouth, MA wrote on June 12, 2020 at 4:01 pm:
I am truly grateful for my remarkable medical team at BIDMC. During this pandemic you have all been in my thoughts and prayers in hopes that you are safe and well. I know firsthand your dedication, care, support, competence and compassion which you have given me over the past 4.5 years of very challenging health issues I have encountered, the latest being in February of this year when I received extraordinary care as an in patient. I don't know what I would have done without you. It is my pleasure to have contributed to your Vaccine Research Fund realizing the... Read more
I am truly grateful for my remarkable medical team at BIDMC. During this pandemic you have all been in my thoughts and prayers in hopes that you are safe and well. I know firsthand your dedication, care, support, competence and compassion which you have given me over the past 4.5 years of very challenging health issues I have encountered, the latest being in February of this year when I received extraordinary care as an in patient. I don't know what I would have done without you. It is my pleasure to have contributed to your Vaccine Research Fund realizing the importance of developing a successful vaccine to fight COVID-19. Thank you for your dedication in pursuit of the well being of all of us in your care.
Margaret from San Diego wrote on June 8, 2020 at 6:24 pm:
Thank you to our healthcare heroes!
Thank you to our healthcare heroes!

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