Read this article to see how I’m thinking about Covid-19 vaccine boosters.
Vaccines are working — they are very effective at preventing severe Covid-19. What else can we do?
Major news outlets are reporting that Covid-19 vaccines may be causing ITP. In this article, I explain ITP and review primary sources.
All of my writing on the covid-19 mRNA vaccines is compiled in this one location. I’ll keep this up to date, with most recent information at the top of the post.
This article is meant to provide the information necessary to help you decide whether or not you want to take an mRNA vaccine for Covid-19.
There were good reasons to think that hydroxychloroquine would prevent or treat COVID-19.
In this video I talk about the response of the medical community to the Bakersfield doctors. I discuss immunity, and some evidence on both sides of that debate. I also present the results from a case study of health care workers who had high risk exposures to a Covid-19 positive patient – surprising results.
This post is a Q&A conducted with Dr. Faustman, an immunobiologist at Mass. General who is undertaking to study whether the BCG vaccine, a widely available and inexpensive vaccine might hold promise against COVID-19.
Literature review done on 4/8/20. Two interesting topics – the use of d-dimer to guide anticoagulation, and a novel treatment consisting of ACE2 bound to immune globulin.
This post is a result of a literature review from April 5th and 6th. I’ve chosen the two publications that I thought might be most impactful and I’ve discussed them briefly here.
This is a non-exhaustive literature review from Covid-19 related articles published in the past few days. I touch on hydroxychloroquine, vaccine development, and transmission – asymptomatic, and airborne transmission.
This is a Q&A of the biggest questions I’ve received from friends, family, and clients over the past 2 weeks. I talk about masks, transmission, prevention, and I get into detail about one treatment which has made big headlines.
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