Eye-tracking devices could help patients communicate without speaking

An eye-tracking device could help ventilator patients communicate with doctors even though they are unable to speak, a Johns Hopkins University study of 12 patients found. More

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This would allow centralized, lab-based diagnostic hardware to process blood samples at scale, screening patients for previous infections.

GlaxoSmithKline and AstraZeneca are considering forming a joint lab to help the U.K. expand its supplies for COVID-19 testing, according to Bloomberg.