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“They may be infectious for a shorter time,” said Donna Farber, an immunologist at Columbia University in New York who led the study reported in the journal Nature Immunology.
“That was a punch in the gut,” said Bianca Jones Marlin, a neuroscientist at Columbia University.
The consequences of these errors can be quite serious in some cases, said Dieter Egli, a geneticist at Columbia University and an author of the study.
“If our results had been known two years ago, I doubt that anyone would have gone ahead” and tried it on embryos intended for pregnancy, said biologist Dieter Egli, who led the study.
"The trend line looks quite vertical," says Dr. Jessica Justman, an associate professor of medicine in epidemiology at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health.
“I really think it makes so much sense to focus our efforts on getting the youngest kids back to school first,” Dr. Bracho-Sanchez said.
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For more on why, I'm joined by Angela Rasmussen. She's a virologist at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health.
Dr. Catherine Monk is a professor of medical psychology at Columbia University and the director of the Women’s Mental Health @Ob/Gyn service at NYP/CUIMC.
Dr. David Ho, “Well, I think we should be fearful of what this virus could do to an infected person. … We have to give this virus its due respect.”