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Exposure to chemicals among pregnant women has increased significantly in the last decade, according to NIH-funded study; urine tests evaluated exposure to more than 100 chemicals, including new substances introduced to replace dangerous chemicals

Institute for Molecular Medicine gets US$12M grant from NIH for Phase 1 clinical trial of beta-amyloid vaccines based on DNA, recombinant protein to prevent Alzheimer’s disease; Q2 trial to use PharmaJet’s Tropis needle-free injection system

US National Institutes of Health awards US$577M to create research centers to develop antivirals for COVID-19, other viruses with high potential to cause future pandemics; centers to develop biotherapeutics that block viral targets

NIH deciding whether to extend course of Pfizer’s oral Paxlovid to 10-days to prevent COVID-19 recurrence; over 660,000 courses of Paxlovid administered in US, with reinfections not affecting Paxlovid’s effectiveness against hospitalization, death

Pregnant women are exposed to rising levels of certain chemicals, particularly alternate chemicals meant to replace banned substances, according to NIH-funded study; many had been exposed to neonicotinoids, a widely used type of pesticide

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