COVID-19 Pandemic Updates — Videos 78-80 & New Live Stream

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    The latest videos from MedCram include three COVID-19 update videos, as well as another recorded live question and answer session with Dr. Seheult and Kyle Allred. In these videos, we cover some major news surrounding journal retractions and vaccines. Keep reading for details, and follow along with all of our COVID-19 videos and more at


    Mask Controversy; Vaccine Update for COVID-19

    In our 78th COVID-19 update video, Dr. Seheult walks through updated case numbers in the United States, Brazil, India, and Australia, among other countries. He also addresses the recent conversation on wearing face masks and face coverings, citing this article from the New England Journal of Medicine. Interestingly, the CDC and WHO are currently offering different guidelines on masks. Lastly, Dr. Seheult shares information on this COVID-19 vaccine tracker website from RAPS (Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society), which provides an easy-to-read chart on the current status of various vaccine trials. 


    5 Vaccines to Keep An Eye On

    Our 79th pandemic update focuses on five COVID-19 vaccines that show the most promise in becoming available by early 2021. Dr. Seheult describes these vaccines, which work in different ways, from RNA to epitopes and antigens. The vaccine from Moderna is receiving the most media attention, as conversations around the ethics of allowing researchers to test it on humans without first testing it on animals (as typical safety procedures require) arise. 


    Data Questions & Journal Retractions

    Our 80th coronavirus pandemic update brings with it some big news involving data collection and article retractions from major scientific journals. One of these articles — originally posted in the Lancet, and since retracted — was called into question due to investigations into Surgisphere, the database company behind the study and founded by one of the study’s researchers. Surgisphere denied the researchers’ requests for a third-party audit of the data, resulting in the researchers themselves calling for the article’s retraction. This article from The Guardian provides details on the Surgisphere investigation. In addition, this article from STAT has more information on the other retracted articles, including this one from the New England Journal of Medicine


    Revisit Our Second Live Q&A Session

    MedCram co-founders, Dr. Seheult and Kyle Allred, hosted another live question and answer session on Sunday, June 7. In this session, they covered everything from benefits and limitations of experimental and observational studies, to viewers’ questions on current COVID-19 medications and supplements, average COVID-19 patient hospital stays, and Dr. Seheult’s initial thoughts on the MATH+ protocol. Watch the full recorded live session here.


    Stay Tuned for More COVID-19 Updates 

    Our COVID-19 videos are always available and free (and ad-free) at In addition, check out our full library of courses and lectures on subjects ranging from Hypnoatremia Explained Clearly to Hypoxemia and many more!

    Meanwhile, here’s a list of all the COVID-19 resources we’ve shared so far:


    1. Lee Ann Stone on June 16, 2020 at 10:16 am

      Dr. Seheult- has anyone considered the caustic effect COVID-19 may be doing to the vascular system of the brain. It and/or the quarantine may be adding to this mass psychoses, chaos and hostility currently going on worldwide. Anyone considering that possibility?

    2. Bruce on June 27, 2020 at 2:32 am

      How does one actually connect with the Live Q & A ?????

      • Nancy on June 28, 2020 at 6:22 pm

        how does one connect to the live Q and A?

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