Two by two they came. Some arrived alone. A few showed up in groups of three. The gray February morning might generously have been described as brisk: Temperatures in the teens, and the north wind coating everything in a chilling layer of precipitation that defied categorization as rain, ice or snow. Yet nothing seemed to […]
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OMRF VP Adam Cohen shares his journey through the Pfizer vaccine clinical trial.
At this time last year, if we’d asked you to name a scientist, what might you have said? “Umm…” C’mon, we’d respond. No Googling. “Albert Einstein,” you’d eventually offer. Maybe a little more head-scratching would also have conjured Watson and Crick, or Galileo and Newton. Double bonus points if you’d come up with Marie Curie […]
The pandemic will not end with the dropping of the ball in Times Square. That will come slowly, one vaccination at a time.