Tag Archives: Still

Antibody-based PrEP did not stop most types of HIV – but is still hailed as a ‘game changer’

Professor Larry Corey, principal researcher of the AMP studies, speaking at HIVR4P Two years ago, at the HIV Research for Prevention (HIVR4P) conference in Madrid, Professor Lynn Morris of the of the South African National Institute for Communicable Diseases made a prediction about the AMP (Antibody-Mediated Protection) studies. The two studies are the first large studies using… Read More »

‘We know Samuel is still with us’ – parents of young boy honouring wish to raise money for volunteers who helped him before he died

WHEN little Samuel Roquette was first diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia at the tender age of four his loving parents and elder brother and sister were stunned. ut both Samuel and his family bravely bore his illness as best they could, and after years of chemotherapy he sprung to life and immersed himself in a… Read More »

KLAS: Organizations Still Struggling with Remote Patient Monitoring

Jacob Jeppson, Director of Analysis, Arch Collaborative, KLAS In a time when it seemed we couldn’t have been further apart, what we needed was to come together — intellectually speaking, that is. At the beginning of the pandemic, before everything shut down, we were fortunate enough to be preparing for our committee meetings with Arch… Read More »