What we're reading
This is an ongoing list of a few of the interesting articles from outside journals, publications, and Web sites we are reading and wanted to share.
‘Against all odds’: The inside story of how scientists across three continents produced an Ebola vaccine
The story of the Ebola vaccine began, as scientific advances often do, with a good idea and a lucky break.
How to Fix American Health Care
Deep dysfunction: about 30% of U.S. health care spending—~$1 trillion/year—is wasted on inefficiencies, undue expenses, duplications, fraud, and abuse
FDA Finalizes Enforcement Policy on Unauthorized Flavored Cartridge-Based E-Cigarettes That Appeal to Children, Including Fruit and Mint
Companies that do not cease manufacture, distribution and sale of unauthorized flavored e-cigarettes... within 30 days risk FDA enforcement.
Why Experts Are Worried About a New Virus in China
The virus appears to be less dangerous than SARS, but there are still concerns of a wider outbreak in Asia