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  • The unexpected group that’s refurbishing life-saving ventilators for coronavirus patients. And, how you may be able to help.

  • How long until we have a vaccine? Freethink Senior Editor Dan Bier explains the traditional vaccine trial timeline, and one group’s controversial proposal to speed up testing.

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