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The below clickable headlines link directly to outside media outlets, which featured UNC School of Medicine faculty during the past week, starting Friday January 22, 2021.

Synthetic Biology Partners With AI To Delete Food Allergies – Dr. Onyinye Iweala (Forbes)

Study: Antibody treatment can help prevent people from contracting COVID – Dr. David Wohl (WRAL)

Monoclonal antibodies can prevent COVID-19—but successful vaccines complicate their future – Dr. Myron Cohen (Science)

European countries begin move toward medical-grade masks to slow spread of COVID-19 variants – Dr. Emily Sickbert-Bennett (CBS 17)

Demand for drugs to keep COVID-19 patients out of hospitals increases in the Triangle – Drs. David Weber & David Wohl (News & Observer)

Women Psychiatrists Struggle to Balance Work-Life Demands During COVID-19 – Dr. Samantha Meltzer-Brody (MedScape)

Is it too late to get a flu shot? How might it interfere with the COVID-19 vaccine? – Dr. David Weber (News & Observer)

How cancer research played a role in the understanding of COVID-19 treatment – Dr. Shelley Earp (ABC 11)

Some prisons are offering skeptical inmates incentives to consent to vaccination. – Dr. Lauren Brinkley-Rubinstein (New York Times)

How long could it take to vaccinate every adult in North Carolina from COVID-19? – Dr. David Wohl (WNCT)

Triangle hospitals, counties get fewer doses of COVID-19 vaccine as NC reconsiders how to get most shots to the eligible – Dr. Ian Buchanan (WRAL)

Is It Safe to Take Melatonin Every Night? – Drs. Bradley Vaughn and Ellen Wells (Food Network)

Symptoms of new strains of coronavirus: dyspnea, joint pain, muscle pain – Dr. Amir Barzin (ExBulletin)

Hospitals, health departments say they got fewer COVID-19 vaccine doses than requested this week – Dr. Ian Buchanan (ABC 11)

Biden wants to squeeze an extra shot of vaccine out of every Pfizer vial. It won’t be easy. – Dr. Lindsey Amerine (Washington Post)

FDA approves HIV treatment replacing daily pills with monthly injections – Dr. David Wohl (Metro Weekly)