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What COVID-19 has taught us about preventing the next pandemic

By Dr. Joseph Giambrone Auburn University

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AUBURN, Ala. — There are important public health aspects that we have learned from COVID-19 during the past 18 months, which can help us prevent future pandemics.

The most significant ones are that mutual cooperation between universities, government and industrial companies is instrumental in the development of vaccines and treatments through applied research into basic and applied molecular biology and that governmental agencies are needed to establish sound scientific protocols and supervise field trials of these vaccines and therapeutics.

Progress in research dealing with the pathogenesis of viruses, diagnostic procedures, therapy, and vaccine development has contributed to progress in suppressing. . .

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