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Are COVID 19, chronic fatigue syndrome, and autism spectrum disorder linked?
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Michael D. Shaw -- Expert in Health Care and Environmental Affairs Michael D. Shaw -- Expert in Health Care and Environmental Affairs
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Dateline: Washington, DC
Sunday, February 28, 2021

 

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This HND piece discusses how COVID-19 might be better understood if it is considered as at least exacerbated by immune dysfunction and excessive viral load. Those two conditions have been demonstrated in the case of the other two diseases. What's more, immune cascades are quite possibly what makes COVID-19 not act strictly as another sort of viral pneumonia.

Maybe it's time to remove the politics from how all of these diseases are treated. At stake here is nothing less than the very future of how public health operates in this country. After all, with supposedly more than 500,000 deaths from COVID-19, the status quo is not exactly something to be proud of.

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