Stories tagged: "university of arizona"

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The Arizona Scientist Trying To Make Chloroquine Less Toxic

Dr. Xinxin Ding with the University of Arizona says his hope is to find a way to make taking chloroquine safer and more effective for patients.

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Where Does Arizona Stand on Contact Tracing? In Short, We Don’t Know.

A COVID-19 data project gave Arizona a failing grade in its preparedness, in part because it hasn’t made its number of contact tracers publicly available.

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Expert: Reopening Arizona Depends on How Many COVID-19 Deaths We Find Acceptable

As Arizona awaits a decision on its stay-at-home order, a University of Arizona epidemiologist says reopening businesses on Friday would be a risky move.

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Three UArizona Students Tell Us How Coronavirus Derailed Their Lives

These three UArizona students have many more concerns related to the coronavirus pandemic than just classes moving online.

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1 in 3 Species Could Be Extinct by 2070

University of Arizona researchers found that a third of species could be extinct in 50 years if global warming is not reduced.