From ‘Toy’ to Tool: Why It’s Time for a Gold Standard in Telehealth Education

Joseph Kvedar, MD, Senior Advisor, Virtual Care, Mass General Brigham According to the Consumer Technology Association, recent data show that 59 percent of consumers use remote mental health services; 49 percent are using telehealth for physical health; and 37 percent are using health fitness apps — all increases compared to what we saw prior to the COVID-19… Read More »

Merck, Eisai detail Keytruda and Lenvima’s endometrial cancer win in confirmatory study

Merck and Eisai were eager to tout a headline phase 3 win in December for their combination therapy of Keytruda and Lenvima because it involves the regimen’s first FDA-approved indication in endometrial cancer. Now we know how big that win is. Keytruda and Lenvima cut the risk of death by 38% over physician’s choice of… Read More »