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Today in healthcare news: What Apple's new products tell us about its healthcare ambitions, Pfizer's execs are feeling confident on vaccine data by the end of October, and an inside look at a men's health startup that's become a key testing player. Advertisement

Plus: We just got some data showing that one of the antibody drugs Eli Lilly's developing with AbCellera might be able to help patients with COVID-19. In the group that took the medication, hospitalizations occurred in 1.7% of patients, compared to 6% of those who received a placebo. More on the results from Lilly here.

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Apple is pushing deeper into the $3.6 trillion healthcare industry

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We just got new details on exactly how Pfizer could have definitive coronavirus vaccine data by Halloween

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How a little-known men's health startup became a key coronavirus testing partner for 61 colleges, SpaceX, and the NBA

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