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Antibody Tests For Coronavirus Can Miss The Mark

April 16, 2020 by Anna Merchant

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Last modified April 17, 2020

From NPR – Dozens of blood tests are rapidly coming on the market to identify people who have been exposed to the coronavirus by checking for antibodies against it.

People with Disabilities Fear Pandemic Will Worsen Medical Biases

April 16, 2020 by Anna Merchant

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Last modified April 17, 2020

From NPR – It’s a moment that people with disabilities have long feared: there’s a shortage of life-saving equipment, like ventilators, and doctors say they maybe forced to decide who lives and who dies.

Coronavirus Nurses Ask An Ebola Veteran: Is it OK to be Afraid?

April 15, 2020 by Claire

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Last modified April 16, 2020

Treating Ebola not only taught her how to stay safe around a deadly virus but also how to manage the stress and sadness of working during a disease outbreak. She’s now drawing on that experience to help other nurses cope with the challenges of coronavirus.