Dr. Rachel Bender Ignacio emphasized the importance of COVID-19 treatment studies.
Dr. Jesse Bloom cautioned not to overly concerned about a new coronavirus strain and how dangerous it could be.
Dr. Steve Pergam shared the importance of COVID-19 prevention measures for cancer patients.
Dr. Josh Schffer emphasized why it’s important to understand if COVID-19 vaccines prevent asymptomatic infections and transmissions.
Evolutionary biologist Dr. Jesse Bloom discussed how viruses mutate.
Drs. Jesse Bloom and Trevor Bedford discussed implications of SARS-CoV-2 mutating.
Dr. Jim Boonyaratanakornit shared guidance for cancer patients and COVID-19 vaccines.
Dr. Jim Kublin reflected on progress in developing COVID-19 vaccines:
Dr. Larry Corey commented on the diverse populations that were enrolled in the Moderna vaccine study.
Dr. Josh Hill shared guidance for cancer patients and the COVID-19 vaccine.
Dr. Larry Corey underscored the benefit of COVID vaccines.
Drs. Michele Andrasik and Adrienne Shapiro emphasized the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on communities of color.
Dr. Rachel Bender Ignacio discussed a machine learning approach that could help identify drugs to treat COVID-19.
Dr. Scott Ramsey discussed how some of the changes to health care during the pandemic may result in improved quality of care and greater efficiency.
Dr. Anne McTiernan provided expert commentary on the myths and benefits of Vitamin D.
Fred Hutch fundraiser Bruce Haldors summarized his efforts to support a cancer patient through a holiday light display.
The New Yorker gave updates on vaccine trials and the first vaccines to get emergency approval.
Kelly O’Brien described how this year’s holiday gala is changing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Larry Corey spoke about the challenge of continuing to test some COVID vaccines, even as effective ones emerge.
Dr. Holly Janes discussed biostatistical implications of having placebo-treated volunteers offered the vaccine.