Treating the condition requires equal combinations of skill, experience, and intuition. Doctors begin to cobble together treatment plans.
More than a quarter say their condition is severe enough to significantly limit their day-to-day activities.
“I’ve also seen, firsthand, the frustration of navigating diagnosis and treatment. It’s given me a taste of what millions of other patients are...
“This infection has become so common in a community because it’s so mild and spreading so rapidly that we’re seeing more long COVID symptoms than...
“We need to be paying attention to this. What we’ve seen is really the tip of the iceberg.”
Early in 2020, Anne Peters, MD, caught COVID-19. The author of Medscape’s “Peters on Diabetes” column was sick in March 2020 before state-mandated...
“We think they are frighteningly similar, if not identical.”
“If we conservatively assume 100 million working-age adults have been infected, that implies 10 to 33 million may have long COVID.”
“There aren’t cures, but there are many management techniques to improve symptoms.”
News from the FDA/CDC
“Many of these conditions were rare or uncommon among children in this analysis, but even a small increase in these conditions is notable.”
“These data show clearly that post-COVID syndrome is not just one condition but appears to have several subtypes.”