New information and research continues to emerge regarding COVID-19. We will discuss the evolving knowledge about the disease, including: a range of different symptoms; promising treatment; testing for both the virus itself, and for antibodies to the virus; and development of a vaccine. How are medical and scientific experts seeking answers to the many unknowns of this pandemic?
Dr. Herb Cushing, chief medical officer, Spectrum Healthcare Partners; background includes a focus on infectious disease
Dr. Edison Liu, president & CEO, The Jackson Laboratory; was involved in controlling the SARS epidemic in Singapore
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