We looked inside some of the tweets by @StJudeResearch and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
The single-dose COVID-19 vaccine by Johnson & Johnson, which is in trial at St. Jude is expected to be a gamechanger in the fight against the virus; preliminary late-stage results are expected by the end of this month. https://t.co/6OrFC0zSfk
Today, we proudly announce the 36 recipients of our 2021 ASH Scholar Awards, one of our most prestigious research award programs for fellows & junior faculty dedicating a #career to #hematology research! 🎉🩸 #ASHAwards Read about our awardees today: https://t.co/R3669MsnVf https://t.co/YpwemK9mkG
It is a tremendous honor to be awarded an ASH Scholar Award. Thank you so much to @ASH_hematology and my mentors @BMTriplettMD and @Kyttaro_Therapy for their support of my career development! https://t.co/vI5D9QKpil
A9. I actually cried when I saw the Pfizer vaccine data. This has been a hard year for all of us, but knowing that this disease is preventable and *will be* prevented took a weight off my shoulders… #AskReuters
A6. Modelling of the timing of herd immunity depends a lot on how long immunity lasts and how quickly we get the vaccine out!!! There are also some other questions about whether the vax prevents infection, but we think it very likely will!!! #AskReuters
I’m a health worker, and I have gotten infected by SARS-CoV-2. When would be safe be vaccined ? #AskReuters
When is it safe to get vaccinated after being infected with COVID-19? This is a million dollar question!!! It’s definitely *safe* as soon as your symptoms have resolved - @CDCgov says it’s ok to wait 90 days, because reinfection is rare during that period. #AskReuters https://t.co/QZ5ZbqACgB
@ChristopherReil That’s a great question. Vaccine manufacturers will start trials in older children followed by younger children and infants to assess things like safety, dose, and timing. Fingers crossed vaccination will start before 2021-2022 school year.
People should definitely ask their doctor before getting a new vaccine if they’ve had a bad reaction to a previous shot, but there is no reason to think that there will be “cross-reactivity” they work in completely different ways! https://t.co/9ve1J38G5J