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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 September 17, 2021.

Wake County readies vaccination sites in anticipation of booster shots’ approval – Dr. David Wohl (CBS 17)

Preliminary Data Shows Promising Clinical Signs in KRASG12C inhibition with Adagrasib for patients with CRC – Jared Weiss (Targeted Oncology)

18 months into pandemic, some in Raleigh still ‘taking stand’ against COVID mandates – Dr. David Wohl (WRAL)

UNC-Chapel Hill researchers awarded $9.25M to study DNA variance related to disease – Dr. Hyejung Won, Dr. Karen L. Mohlke (WRAL Tech Wire)

Tuesday is the deadline for many Triangle hospital workers to be vaccinated. Now what? – Dr. Matt Ewend (The News & Observer)

New COVID cases plateau as delta surge in NC starts to slow down – (The News & Observer)

Nearly 10 months later, Johnston County woman still dealing with COVID-19 symptoms – Dr. John Baratta (WNCN)

NC’s COVID-19 hospitalization rate is declining, but there still aren’t enough rooms – Dr. David Wohl (WRAL)

Rheumatologists Saw a Gain in Compensation in 2020 – Dr. Beth Jonas (The Rheumatologist)

Dozens of UNC Health workers quit over vaccine mandate – Dr. Matt Ewend (WRAL)

Are vaccine makers pushing boosters too early? – Dr. David Wohl (WNCN)

Vax FAQ: Updates on vaccines for kids, booster shots and other developments – Dr. David Wohl (Spectrum News 1)

Breaking down the effect vaccinating younger kids could have on NC’s numbers – Dr. David Wohl (WNCN)

‘Every vaccine given is a potential life saved’ | Cooper urges COVID-19 vaccines in Tuesday update – Dr. David Wohl (

Fact-checking the connection between low vaccine rates, high case counts – Dr. David Wohl (WNCN)

Ask an expert: Should I get a flu shot if I’m getting a COVID vaccine booster? – Dr. Anita Skariah (The News & Observer)

Scientists discover how mucus protein emerges to disrupt airways of individuals with lung conditions – Dr. Mehmet Kesimer (The Medical News)