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US President Donald Trump has been pushing hard for an American vaccine against Covid-19. He's named the program Operation Warp Speed, which has many people worried that safety tests will be rushed.
What are the prospects for an American vaccine against Covid-19? If the US is first, will it...
We all know that healthcare professionals are stretching themselves to provide the care that’s needed right now. But there are instances when you might find yourself out of your comfort zone or being pushed too hard or fast. When is it ok to say no to these demands?
We spoke to Kate Burnett who...
In this week's Talk Evidence we're hearing about how the death rate has dropped below average, disappointment about HIV drugs for covid-19 treatment, a trial to reduce polypharmacy, and why academic promotions matter to everyone else.
1.35 - Carl gives us one of his death updates
3.30 - Helen...