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Scientists Don’t Want to Ignore the Wuhan ‘Lab Leak’ Theory, Despite No New Evidence

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story Scientists Don’t Want to Ignore the ‘Lab Leak’ Theory, Despite No New Evidence Many scientists welcomed President Biden’s call for a more rigorous investigation of a virus lab in Wuhan, China, though they said the so-called lab leak theory was still unlikely.… Read More »

American skeptics fuel ongoing pharma ‘trust deficit’ despite pandemic gains, research finds

Despite the pandemic and the promise of a relationship reset, half of Americans still don’t trust pharma companies. That’s according to Deloitte focus group studies in the U.S., India, South Africa and the U.K. While 80% of those surveyed in the other three countries said they trusted or were neutral toward pharma, Americans remain skeptical. It’s… Read More »

Black Africans in UK have limited knowledge of PrEP despite ongoing risk

Data from HIV Prevention England and the Terrence Higgins Trust show much lower levels of knowledge about HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) in people of Black African origin living in England than there is among gay and bisexual men, despite continuing high levels of risk behaviour and a much higher prevalence of HIV than people from… Read More »

Despite virus threat, Black voters wary of voting by mail

DETROIT — Despite fears that the coronavirus pandemic will worsen, Victor Gibson said he’s not planning to take advantage of Michigan’s expanded vote-by-mail system when he casts his ballot in November. The retired teacher from Detroit just isn’t sure he can trust it. Many Black Americans share similar concerns and are planning to vote in… Read More »