Rhonda Patrick on MedCram - COVID Vaccines

  Did you see our latest deep-dive conversation with Rhonda Patrick, PhD? Dr. Patrick helps unpack research on COVID-19 vaccines, the SARS-CoV-2 virus, and various rumors that have emerged throughout the pandemic.    Interview with Dr. Patrick and Dr. Seheult In this video, we gathered the most common questions, theories, and myths about COVID-19 vaccinations…

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COVID-19 Delta Variant versus Vaccines and Natural Immunity

  Delta is the latest COVID-19 variant to capture global attention, as new research emerges about its transmission rate and responsiveness to vaccines and natural immunity. Professor Roger Seheult, MD, breaks down what we know about the Delta variant and how it compares to other SARS-CoV-2 mutations.    Delta Variant and Vaccines In our 127th…

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COVID Long-hauler diagnosis and treatment

  “Long-COVID,” “long-hauler syndrome,” “chronic COVID-19,” “post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection (PASC)” — these are just a few of the names for the persistent, disruptive symptoms COVID-19 can leave behind.    Long-COVID Treatment, Symptoms, and Recovery In our recent COVID-19 update, Dr. Seheult discusses the various cardiopulmonary, neurological, and olfactory symptoms that are being researched…

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COVID-19: India, Japan, & Black Fungus

  As we enter the second summer of COVID-19, countries throughout the world continue to experience effects of the pandemic in disparate  ways.    COVID-19 Update 126 In the latest MedCram COVID-19 update, Professor Roger Seheult, MD discusses new and continued complications in India and the unexpected rise of mucormycosis cases among patients there. Mucormycosis,…

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  Professor Roger Seheult, MD dives into new research on Neu5Gc, a sialic acid molecule found in meat and dairy, which may contribute to inflammation and more severe COVID-19 symptoms.    Meat, Dairy, & Disease In this video update, MedCram Co-Founders, Dr. Seheult and Kyle Allred, PA, discuss the mechanisms of sialic acids, specifically the…

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Professor Shane Crotty and MedCram

  Shane Crotty, PhD is a renowned virologist and immunologist whose research on immunological memory published in the prestigious journal, Science, was cited in a recent heated discussion between Dr. Anthony Fauci and Senator Rand Paul. He returns to MedCram to answer and explore the complexities of questions surrounding natural immunity, vaccination, COVID-19, and more.…

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Children and COVID-19, Dr. Daniel Griffin on MedCram.com

  Throughout the pandemic, many medical professionals have relied on Dr. Daniel Griffin’s weekly “clinician updates” to better understand key updates that may impact guidance and treatment. Dr. Griffin has contributed extensively to the body of SARS-CoV-2 research and recently sounded the alarm that many dangerous misconceptions exist about children and COVID-19.    Dr. Griffin…

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