Issue: April 2021

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The Long Game: Patient-Reported Outcomes
If your car has a flat tire, it can be repaired within a day – or even an hour – and you are on the road again. But if you want to pitch a baseball perfectly or play violin in an orchestra, it takes years of practice. Unlike fixing a flat, there is no quick route to the big league. In the same way, biomedical research and clinical trials take years, making patient participation a long game.

 

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PANEL: Building Bridges From Bedside to Bench and Back
BNT162b vaccines protect rhesus macaques from SARS-CoV-2
Vogel, Kanevsky, Che et al
Nature (2021)

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Z BTB2 represses HIV-1 transcription and is regulated by HIV-1 Vpr and cellular DNA damage responses
Bruce, Bracken, Evans et al
PLoS pathogens (2021)

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