Post-Acute COVID-19 Syndrome (PACS)

By FIRRIMup Doctors' Good Medicine / March 12, 2021 /

As the COVID-19 virus is spreading rapidly throughout the world, much remains unclear and unpredictable when it comes to the long-term consequences. There has been some research and statistics done when patients with COVID-19 have been discharged from the hospital. A significant number of patients with COVID continue to experience symptoms many weeks after contracting…

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Pfizer-BioNTech & Moderna COVID-19 Vaccines

By FIRRIMup Doctors' Good Medicine / February 15, 2021 /

The development of a typical vaccine is an extensive process. It usually takes about 10-15 years to perfect and bring to market.  As COVID-19 took us by surprise, and cases are still increasing each day, the hunt to find a highly effective vaccine took place over the course of just several months. Two of the…

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Myth or Fact: Common Misconceptions about Face Masks.

By FIRRIMup Doctors' Good Medicine / July 9, 2020 /

As COVID-19 cases continue to surge in the U.S. — particularly in states like Florida, Texas and Arizona — the use of face coverings has become a flashpoint amongst people. Wearing a mask is essential for slowing the spread of the virus. With rumors and false information spreading as fast as the virus, many people…

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By FIRRIMup Doctors' Good Medicine / July 1, 2020 /

Julie Coburn barely remembers the 10 days she spent in the hospital.                                      A U.S. citizen born on Italian soil, the 36-year-old returned from a trip to Italy to visit family in March.    She experienced odd symptoms…

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Insights for taking back control of your health from Italia

By FIRRIMup Doctors' Good Medicine / March 22, 2019 /

Dr Akey and I packed our bags and off we went to the CORA conference in Florence. Our goal was to gain insights in to the Controversies in Rheumatology and Autoimmune Disease. Primarily we discovered a new understanding of the Mosaic of Autoimmunity and came to know how these diseases are kaleidoscopic. The “kaleidoscope of…

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