Sarah Owermohle

health care reporter for POLITICO Pro who covers drug policy and the industry

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Drug and tobacco reporter for Politico.

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AstraZeneca says its coronavirus vaccine is 79% effective at preventing symptoms and 100% effective in preventing death.

AstraZeneca’s efficacy results may have included old info, federal health officials say

AstraZeneca says its coronavirus vaccine is 79% effective at preventing symptoms and 100% effective in preventing death.

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More than 200 people are sick, and one person has died from a mysterious lung illness tied to vaping.

Hundreds of young people are getting sick from vaping

More than 200 people are sick, and one person has died from a mysterious lung illness tied to vaping.

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