The number of COVID-19 infections is likely ten times higher than the reported numbers, which could put the number of cases in the U.S. at 23 million, according to CDC Director Robert Redfield, MD.

A new study shows that as much as 80% of COVID-19 cases in the early days of the pandemic went undetected as a result of poor testing capabilities in March.

A commonly known steroid drug has been found to greatly improve survival for COVID-19 patients. In fact, among severe patients, the steroid, Dexamethasone, reduced the number of deaths by one-third in a study conducted by the University of Oxford.

Two major journals in the healthcare space are reviewing what happened and how to move forward with data requirements after a controversial study on the impact of hydroxychloroquine led to a retraction and backlash.

Centene, one of the nation’s largest insurance and managed care companies, has teamed up with the National Minority Quality Forum (NMQF) to launch a research partnership that will dive into the impacts of COVID-19 on minorities.

Three authors of a research study on the efficacy of hydroxychloroquine in COVID-19 patients published in The Lancet have retracted their paper after it was met with backlash and scientific questions.

The Lancet has issued four corrections to a research paper that found COVID-19 patients who used the drug hydroxychloroquine have a higher risk of death.

A group consisting of 140 scientists and physicians has spoken out against a study published in The Lancet that found an association between the use of the drug hydroxychloroquine and a higher death rate among COVID-19 patients.

Healthcare providers are still asking the Trump administration for help securing personal protective equipment (PPE) as they continue to care for COVID-19 patients.

Cancer patients also diagnosed with COVID-19 are much more likely to die compared to the general public, according to a new study published in The Lancet.

As some states reopen businesses and more Americans will resume visiting their doctors, clinicians are concerned about a second wave of COVID-2 infections, according to a survey of clinical leaders.

The U.S. hit a new milestone in the COVID-19 pandemic, surpassing 100,000 deaths caused by the virus––more than anywhere else on Earth.