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Post-covid patients may experience new medical problems Analysis of almost 2m #patients found issues for nearly 25% them — including those who had a mild or asymptomatic #infection cc ➤ @RWalensky @VirusesImmunity @PaulSaxMD https://t.co/cBqPwE6hyH ht @PamBelluck @nytimes https://t.co/Ydynkb2G8Y
Still, it seems to be the largest so far looking at post-Covid health issues. It underscores, says @zalaly, that "people with long Covid need multidisciplinary care and our health systems should adapt to this reality and develop capacity to deal with these patients."3/3
The study has limitations, including: it only uses private health insurance records, no control group to allow comparison to people who didn't have Covid, no data on when symptoms arose or how long problems persisted, diagnostic codes can miss or miscategorize symptoms. 2/3
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This week, the FDA approved the new Alzheimer's drug aducanumab, but it’s unclear if the costly treatment actually leads to improved cognition and memory in people with the disease. @NYtimes's reporter @PamBelluck shares more on #SciFriLive📻. https://t.co/v8ILc5Er9x
Three @US_FDA Advisers Resign Over Agency’s Approval of Alzheimer’s Drug: The drug, Aduhelm, a monthly infusion priced at $56,000 per year, was approved this week despite weak evidence that it helps patients. https://t.co/n7s3nQ3cCG via @PamBelluck & @RebeccaDRobbins
The FDA's approval of $BIIB's Aduhelm is spurring major backlash in the scientific community — most notably, with the resignations of 3 advisers to the agency. The question now is whether lawmakers, payers and patients will balk. With @PamBelluck: https://t.co/DSzzLiNBtG