Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine candidates have received fast track designation from the Food and Drug Administration. Two of the companies’ experimental vaccines were fast-tracked to speed up the review process. (Reuters)

COVID-19 is causing another health crisis as patients delay care. There have been steep declines in preventive treatment and routine screenings during the pandemic. Experts worry it could cause patients with minor illnesses to become sicker. (Reuters)

Coronavirus antibodies may only last two to three months after a person is infected, according to the World Health Organization. Officials emphasized there is not sufficient data to indicate that antibodies ensure immunity against the virus. (CNBC)

Telemedicine is ripe for fraud and data theft. As regulators loosened restrictions on telemedicine during the COVID-19 pandemic, privacy watchdogs warned that the threat of fraud is much higher using telemedicine. (STAT)

Webcast: How can pharma marketers better connect with cancer patients? Join MM&M and SurvivorNet for on July 15 for a discussion on this topic featuring prominent partner physicians on the frontlines of cancer treatment and prevention. (MM&M)