January 25, 2021

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Frictionless Offers Unique Solution for Virtual HCP Events and Engagements
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Frictionless Offers Unique Solution for Virtual HCP Events and Engagements

Frictionless Solutions Event Services and Software Solutions Company Shares Compelling Marketing Solution for HCP Events and Engagements Frictionless Solutions, a specialized event services and software solutions company serving the pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device industries, has responded to the increase in demand for online meetings by offering a strong virtual solution for Healthcare Provider (HCP) […]

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Coronavirus: State to close Seton Hospital, other medical surge sites

SACRAMENTO – Pointing to California’s relative success in flattening the curve and addressing the initial potential surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations, state officials on Wednesday announced significant reductions in medical surge sites, including Seton Hospital in Daly City and the Craneway Pavilion in Contra Costa County. Leased by the state last month, Seton Hospital, along with […]

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NCAA to lift moratorium on football, basketball workouts

By STEVE MEGARGEE The NCAA Division I Council voted Wednesday to lift a moratorium on voluntary workouts by football and basketball players effective June 1 as a growing number of college leaders expressed confidence that fall sports will be possible in some form despite concerns about the coronavirus pandemic. This decision clears the way for […]

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‘The Masked Singer’: And the winner is …

SPOILER ALERT: The following post contains results from Wednesday night’s season finale of “The Masked Singer,” which has yet to air on the West Coast. It was another wild finish for TV’s zaniest show as “The Masked Singer” wrapped up its third season. Did you make the correct guesses? After the audience and judges panel […]

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Letter: Gains in global health are threatened by COVID-19

Gains in global health arethreatened by COVID-19 I am gravely concerned that the COVID-19 relief bills will not provide enough funding to adequately maintain existing U.S.-supported international health programs. The Phase 4 emergency response bill, for a global pandemic, is currently neglecting the rest of the globe. The virus is already hindering international health programs […]

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US moves to sell $180M worth of torpedoes to Taiwan

By Ben Blanchard | Reuters TAIPEI – The U.S government has notified Congress of a possible sale of advanced torpedoes to Taiwan worth around $180 million, a move likely to further sour already tense ties between Washington and Beijing, which claims Taiwan as Chinese territory. The United States, like most countries, has no official diplomatic […]

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