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“For those who were recently infected or boosted, the cross-protection against JN.1 should be decent,” said David Ho, a virologist at Columbia who led the research on JN.1 and Covid vaccines.
A big draw of the implant is that getting it is less painful than an IUD and “no pelvic exam is required,” said Paula Castaño, associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Columbia University.
“It would suggest that those people who were not recently boosted probably would not be well-protected against JN.1," said David Ho, a professor of microbiology and immunology at Columbia University.
Dr. Susannah Hills, a pediatric airway surgeon and professor at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, joined CBS News to discuss what's known about these long-lasting illnesses.
“It’s not for the faint of heart,” says Dr. Monica Bhatia, director of the pediatric stem-cell-transplant program at Columbia University.
Dr. Monica Bhatia is Johnny's doctor and the chief of pediatric stem cell transplantation at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center.
Dr. Paul S. Appelbaum is a professor of psychiatry at Columbia University and the leader of the group that oversees revisions of the D.S.M.
We spoke with the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health dean Dr. Linda Fried for some strategies to cope with loneliness.
This works like a computer’s “save” function, said Dr. Scott Small, director of the Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center at Columbia University.
"There is enormous worldwide concern for brain injury in general and in the potential for soccer heading to cause long-term adverse brain effects in particular," said study author Dr. Michael Lipton.