The threat of 'escape mutants' — COVID patents — AI for IVF affordability

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I don't know about you, but I'm itching to get out of my house. I'm tired of these walls (so much so that I'm considering repainting multiple rooms — send your suggestions of a neutral paint color for an entryway/staircase). I find myself watching many travel YouTubers' videos from 2018 and 2019.

So, the idea that US travelers could be welcome abroad is really enticing. I'm not fully vaccinated yet, but I quickly clicked on my colleague Aria Bendix's piece detailing which countries are allowing US travelers and what kind of paperwork you'd need to have.

Are you ready to travel outside of the US? Where would you go? Let me know. 

COVID 19 escape mutant strain evolution 4x3How coronavirus variants called 'escape mutants' threaten to undo all our progress

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Bernie Sanders

Bernie Sanders says US drug companies should relinquish intellectual property rights to COVID-19 vaccines 


Paxton Maeder-York

Women struggling to get pregnant face huge bills for infertility treatments. Alife Health is using AI to make IVF more affordable.

Here's how they plan to do it >>

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