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Dr. Julia Iafrate was on the frontlines battling COVID-19 until her green card application was denied.
Those cells “are almost everywhere, so it makes sense that the virus would cause damage throughout the body,” said Mitchell Elkind, a professor of neurology at Columbia University.
“Not soon enough to help us with the current wave,” said David Brenner, director of the Center for Radiological Research at Columbia University.
Hydroxychloroquine did not lower the risk of dying or needing a breathing tube in a comparison that involved nearly 1,400 patients treated at Columbia University in New York, researchers reported.
While some of the children with this condition do end up with respiratory problems, “it seems to be less a lung-specific disease,” said Dr. Steven Kernie, chief of pediatric critical care at Columbia.
Dr. Rachel Easterwood, a professionally trained musician-turned-physician, has found a unique way to help her patients with Covid-19 — live classical music concerts.
David Ho is in a race against time to find a treatment for COVID-19. Fortunately, it's the kind of race he's run before.
Columbia University virologist Angela Rasmussen says the saliva test is part of the answer to getting America back to work.
“As we speak, there are 100 hairless mice being exposed for 15 months,” said David J. Brenner, director of Columbia’s Center for Radiological Research.
Editor's Note: Arthi Reddy is an assistant professor of medicine. Her comments begin at 1'20".