While people in many countries around the world are still worried about the inoculation against the deadly COVID-19, and many are puzzled about how different coronavirus vaccines work, the Mustafa (PBUH) Science and Technology Foundation (MSTF) held the fourth round of Mustafa (PBUH) Prize Science Promotion Meeting on the different approaches to coronavirus vaccine development with the presence of professional experts in this area.
Approaches to COVID-19 vaccine development discussed in MSTF meeting
Guinea officially declared that it is dealing with an Ebola epidemic after the deaths of at least three people from the virus.
Guinea declares Ebola epidemic after first deaths since 2016
Masks help protect the people wearing them from getting or spreading SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, but now researchers from the National Institutes of Health in the US have added evidence for yet another potential benefit for wearers: The humidity created inside the mask may help combat respiratory diseases such as COVID-19.
Humidity from masks may lessen COVID severity: NIH research
Air pollution could cloud your vision in later life, according to a large study that found a link between fine particle air pollution and macular degeneration, an age-related eye disease that can lead to irreversible blindness.
There's link between air pollution and irreversible vision loss: Study
Many cancer patients might respond better to treatments with the help of a new prognostic indicator based on a distinctive pattern of gene activity within tumor cells, according to a new study of human cancer data and experiments on human cancer cell lines grown in the lab.
New test predicts tumors most likely to respond to radiation, chemotherapy
Iran registered one of the lowest daily death rates, 62, from the coronavirus infection over the past nine months during the 24-hour period to Sunday noon, announced the Health Ministry.
Iran’s COVID-19 daily death toll stands at 62: Health Ministry
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Is COVID more deadly and contagious than seasonal flu?
Taking regular exercise is going to become increasingly important in helping to prevent cancers, say scientists.
Exercise can help prevent cancers, new research finds
A test that monitors blood levels of DNA fragments released by dying tumor cells may serve as an accurate early indicator of treatment success in people in late stages of one of the most aggressive forms of skin cancer, a new study finds.
Gene-based blood test for melanoma spread evaluates treatment progress

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