Teresa C. Frohman
Stanford University
Evidence-based practiceDermatologyPolitical scienceMedical historyMultidisciplinary approachOverlap syndromeMyelitisThyroiditisVaccine failureAtaxiaFamily historyPopulationCoronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)Resistance (psychoanalysis)Public relationsAdversaryOccultMedicineEncephalitisPandemic
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Abstract The COVID-19 pandemic has devastated individuals, families, and institutions throughout the world. Despite the breakneck speed of vaccine development, the human population remains at risk of further devastation. The decision to not become vaccinated, the protracted rollout of available vaccine, vaccine failure, mutational forms of the SARS virus, which may exhibit mounting resistance to our molecular strike at only one form of the viral family, and the rapid ability of the virus(es) to ...
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#2Annette Wundes (KP: Kaiser Permanente)
Last. Scott D. Newsome (KP: Kaiser Permanente)
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A 31-year-old woman presented with fever, ataxia, double vision, confusion, and auditory hallucinations, preceded by 2 weeks of cough, increased oral secretions, and dermatomal rash. Her medical history was unremarkable. Her family history was notable for first-degree relatives with autoimmune
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