Marion Renault, STAT

Marion Renault

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Past articles by Marion:

At small and rural hospitals, ransomware attacks are causing unprecedented crises

Cybercriminals are bombarding the entire U.S. health system. Small and rural providers are particularly vulnerable. → Read More

‘A black box’: Emergency medics remain locked out of electronic health records

Emergency medics are largely locked out of electronic health record systems, which creates problems for both patients and the medics. → Read More

Scientists see 'rock star' potential in deploying viruses against cancer

Scientists are engineering viruses like measles and polio to attack cancer. But the field may need to rethink how it measures progress. → Read More

When health records are held ransom, patients are often last to know

Health care systems are an increasingly vulnerable — and valuable — ransomware target. When they're attacked, patients pay a price, too. → Read More

The last creature you’d expect left mysterious trails on the ocean floor: ‘We’ve never had evidence of it like this before’

Something with no legs, no feet and no skeleton is crawling around down there, scientists say. → Read More

Woman recovering after rare windpipe transplant from donor

NEW YORK (AP) — Sonia Sein said she spent the last six years “trying to catch every breath at every moment” after extensive treatment for her severe asthma damaged her windpipe. She is breathing freely again after getting an unusual transplant. In January, doctors at New York’s Mount Sinai replaced her trachea, the tube that […] → Read More

Woman recovering after rare windpipe transplant from donor

NEW YORK - Sonia Sein said she spent the last six years “trying to catch every breath at every moment“ after extensive treatment for her severe asthma... → Read More

Can I still spread the coronavirus after I’m vaccinated?

NEW YORK (AP) — Can I still spread the coronavirus after I’m vaccinated? It’s possible. Experts say the risk is low, but are still studying how well the shots blunt the spread of the virus. The current vaccines are highly effective at preventing people from getting seriously sick with COVID-19. But even if vaccinated people […] → Read More

Can I still spread the coronavirus after I'm vaccinated?

NEW YORK (AP) — Can I still spread the coronavirus after I’m vaccinated? → Read More

Can I still spread the coronavirus after I’m vaccinated?

NEW YORK - Can I still spread the coronavirus after I’m vaccinated? → Read More

Can I still spread the coronavirus after I'm vaccinated?

Experts are still studying how good COVID-19 vaccines are at preventing people from spreading the virus, but say the risk is low. → Read More

COVID-19 deaths falling but Americans ‘must remain vigilant’

NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. deaths from COVID-19 are falling again as the nation continues to recover from the devastating winter surge, a trend that experts are cautiously hopeful will accelerate as more vulnerable people are vaccinated. While new coronavirus infections and hospitalizations have plummeted, the decline in deaths from a January peak of about […] → Read More

AP-NORC poll: 1 in 5 in US lost someone close in pandemic

WASHINGTON (AP) — About 1 in 5 Americans say they lost a relative or close friend to the coronavirus, highlighting the division between heartache and hope as the country itches to get back to normal a year into the pandemic. → Read More

AP-NORC poll: 1 in 5 in US lost someone close in pandemic

About 1 in 5 Americans say they lost a relative or close friend to the coronavirus. → Read More

AP-NORC poll: 1 in 5 in US lost someone close in pandemic

About 1 in 5 Americans say they lost a relative or close friend to the coronavirus. → Read More

When will children be able to get COVID-19 vaccines?

NEW YORK (AP) — When will children be able to get COVID-19 vaccines? It depends on the child’s age, but some teenagers could be rolling up their sleeves before too long. The Pfizer vaccine already is cleared for use starting at age 16. That means some high schoolers could get in line for those shots […] → Read More

When will children be able to get COVID-19 vaccines?

NEW YORK (AP) — When will children be able to get COVID-19 vaccines? → Read More

When will children be able to get COVID-19 vaccines?

When children can get COVID-19 vaccines will depend on their age, but some teenagers could be rolling up their sleeves before long. → Read More

When will children be able to get COVID-19 vaccines?

When children can get COVID-19 vaccines will depend on their age, but some teenagers could be rolling up their sleeves before long. → Read More

Suspected Hypothermia Deaths In Homes Mount In Texas

More than a dozen people in the U.S. died in homes that had lost their heat, and most of those were in Texas. → Read More