Most Americans don’t like or trust pharmaceutical firms, but maybe a needle stick can change their minds

Not since the polio vaccine breakthrough of the 1950s has the pharmaceutical industry had the chance to look as noble as it does now.
Photo Illustration: Trent Joaquin

By Robert Klara

1 hour ago

On Dec. 8, 2020, a 90-year-old woman sat in a high-backed chair at the University Hospital in Coventry, U.K., and entered the history books.

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