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“This, alongside other studies, is suggestive that there’s not a florid amount of virus in the brain in patients who have died,” said Kiran Thakur, MD, a neurologist at Columbia University.
Infected early in the pandemic, Tomoaki Kato, MD, a renowned transplant surgeon at Columbia, was soon on life support and one of the sickest patients in his own hospital.
“We see this every day, that our patients are typically like Lou Gehrig,” says Dr. Neil Shneider, director of the Eleanor and Lou Gehrig ALS Center at Columbia University.
“At the end of this process, I would not be surprised if we did not know much more than we know now,” said W. Ian Lipkin, a virologist at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University.
Barbara Stanley, a professor in Columbia University’s psychiatry department who has studied suicide prevention, said that the Vessel’s policy requiring guests to be accompanied could be helpful.
It’s a shift in thinking for people who follow the advice to exercise intensely for 30 minutes a day, five days a week, and believe they’re done, said study co-author Keith Diaz.
Editor's Note: This episode of Living Longer describes the work of David Ho, whose idea to combine three antivirals proved decisive in the battle against HIV/AIDS. Dr. Ho's segment begins at 35:50.
“The vaccine is doing what it’s supposed to do,” said Jeffrey Shaman, an infectious-disease modeler at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health in New York City.
The funding is needed urgently, said Salim S. Abdool Karim, a professor of clinical epidemiology at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University.
“These studies are difficult to do,” said Dr. Henry N. Ginsberg, a professor of medicine at Columbia who was not involved in the work.