COVID-19 vaccines work in people with cancer

Not rendering correctly? View this email as a web page here.
June 29, 2021

COVID-19 Vaccines Work in People with Cancer: Study

By Marcus A. Banks

Moderna's, Pfizer's, and Johnson & Johnson's shots all offered protection against the virus regardless of cancer type, although slightly less so in people with blood cancer.

Opinion: The Overlooked Power of Inhibitory Neurons

By Lauren Aguirre

Understanding how the brain coordinates electrical activity could be key to developing more-effective treatments for a variety of brain disorders.

Maternal Vaginal Fluids Mimic Microbe Transfer of Vaginal Birth

By Alejandra Manjarrez

Swabbing infants born by Cesarean-section with a gauze harboring their mother's vaginal fluids made their skin and gut microbiota more closely resemble that of vaginally born babies.

Enter Our 2021 Top 10 Innovations Contest

By The Scientist Staff

Submit your new product now to have a chance at being selected for a coveted spot in The Scientist's 2021 competition.

Multimedia

Infographic: Pathways from Noise to Cardiovascular Damage

By Thomas Münzel and Omar Hahad

Research in mice and humans points to oxidative stress and inflammation as likely drivers of noise-induced health effects such as hypertension and heart disease.

Sponsored Resources

 

Never miss an email from The Scientist.
Click here to add The Scientist to your safe-sender list.

The Scientist, 1000 N West Street, Suite 1200, 
Wilmington, Delaware, United States, 19801  
Toll-Free: (888) 781-0328 | Phone: (705) 528-6888
Email: privacy@labxmediagroup.com

www.the-scientist.com

You received this email because you are subscribed to The Scientist Daily from The Scientist.
Click to Unsubscribe | View Privacy Policy

Stop receiving email from The Scientist

Commentaires

Posts les plus consultés de ce blog

Chris Ramsey can take the heat, but what would relegation for QPR mean for black managers in the Premier League?

How a team of innovators overcame the odds to create water from thin air

Melania Trump Has Defended Her Controversial White House Holiday Blood Trees