Ensuring the Continuity of Research to Improve Children's Lives Amidst the Unexpected
When the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic in March 2020, Seattle Children’s Therapeutics researcher Kaori Oda worried that her research work would be put on hold, or even worse, need to permanently end. Like most people, she was worried that she and her family might contract the virus, but she was also concerned that a slowdown would impact her team’s timeline for bringing a much-needed therapy to children with leukemia.
Article Written By: ELIZABETH DIMARCO
Original Article Posted on: MAY 6, 2021