Our bodies create antibodies to recognize, neutralize and clear specific pathogens. That's why scientists are looking at neutralizing anbodies as models for therapies against the new coronavirus,...
UW Medicine has announced temporary furloughs for approximately 1,500 professional and classified non-union staff to help address the financial challenges caused by COVID-19. Leadership also notified...
A study is now enrolling participants to determine whether a treatment combining a low dose of hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin can prevent hospitalization and death in people with COVID-19. Dr....
It's understandable that people are worried during the COVID-19 pandemic. But they shouldn't avoid seeking the care they need. Dr. Tom Courtney, pediatrician at the UW Neighborhood Kent-Des Moines...
As we continue to see a gradual reduction in COVID-19 cases in our community, UW Medicine is welcoming more patients back for in-person visits. With that comes a variety of measures to keep patients...
A method used to detect early cases of community transmission of COVID-19 in Seattle is published in the New England Journal of Medicine. Dr. Helen Chu, assistant professor of medicine at the UW...
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Starting April 27, all UW Medicine faculty and staff must wear masks on clinical sites. Masking at all times will reduce exposure and transmission, especially from individuals who are infected but...
Some families have reported difficulty finding their desired brand of infant formula on store shelves. Experts say it's due to shoppers buying more than usual, similar to the hoarding of toilet paper...
UW Medicine has been working on its recovery plan as the number of patients hospitalized for COVID-19 appears to have plateaued. Lisa Brandenburg, president of UW Medicine Hospitals & Clinics,...