Are more female physicians leaving medicine as pandemic surges?
December 1, 2020
“I have done the academically unfathomable: I am resigning my faculty position without another job lined up.”
Study: 10% of pregnant women test positive for COVID-19, with most asymptomatic
September 8, 2020
This study is based on ongoing living systematic reviews of the literature, in which information is posted in real time on the website.
Small NY study: Mother-baby transmission of COVID-19 not seen
July 24, 2020
All of the 31 infants born to infected mothers tested negative.
Higher stroke rates seen among patients with COVID-19 compared with influenza
July 6, 2020
Clinicians should be vigilant for symptoms and signs of acute ischemic stroke in patients with COVID-19.
COVID-19 antibody tests proliferate, but what do they show?
April 23, 2020
“Having many inaccurate tests is worse than having no tests at all,” one critic says.
COVID-19 hits physician couple: Dramatically different responses
April 13, 2020
Their story, one of two people living together but with such different responses to the infection, illustrates how much is still to be learned about COVID-19.
‘Brutal’ plan to restrict palliative radiation during pandemic
April 6, 2020
New guidelines recommend giving palliative radiotherapy only in oncologic emergencies during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Maintaining cancer care in the face of COVID-19
April 1, 2020
Oncologists are moving cancer patients to other hospitals, reevaluating the need for cancer treatments, and embracing telemedicine to protect vulnerable patients from COVID-19.
COVID-19: Time to ‘take the risk of scaring people’
February 25, 2020
It’s past time to call the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, a pandemic and “time to push people to prepare, and guide their prep,” risk communication experts say.