Why don’t our firefighters have iron man suits? What’s stopping the innovation in robotics, artificial intelligence, and other technologies from reaching first responders? This article goes over some of the roadblocks making it difficult for new technology to get into the hands of first responders.
COVID-19 has accelerated the technological and administrative innovation of clinical trials. The RECOVERY trial — responsible for discrediting the hydroxychloroquine treatment and demonstrating the efficacy of the steroid dexamethasone — heralds this paradigm shift. Former FDA Commissioner Robert Califf discusses these developments.
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