“We’ll be in a ‘pinkalicious’ phase for the next few months.” – Chris Martin, MD, MSc from West Virginia University School of Public Health, quoted surprisingly aptly advice from the popular children’s book series and its application to the potential selection of the COVID vaccine.
“It’s sloppy and lazy to throw cladribine and alemtuzumab together.” – Gavin Giovannoni, MBBCh, PhD, from Queen Mary University in London, England, to discuss the problem of some multiple sclerosis drugs that may weaken the antibody responses to the COVID vaccination.
“I felt a lot of pain when he died because I knew how close I was [to suicide] when I was in his training phase. “Christopher Veal, a fourth year medical student at the University of Vermont at Burlington, looking back the suicide of a fellow student and his own brush with suicidal thoughts.
“We secretly feed children – sometimes even openly – with the following messages: “There’s never a wrong time to hate your body”“- Christine Peat, PhD, of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, on the increase in child and adolescent eating disorder referrals during the pandemic.
“The way you advance in science and medicine is by taking observations from astute observers and following them with scientific accuracy.” – Stanley Weiss, MD of Rutgers New Jersey Medical School discusses anecdotal evidence for the COVID vaccine Stem symptoms of “long COVID”.
“These are all obstacles that will be difficult to overcome.” – Lauren Davidson of the University of Missouri-Kansas City Medical School on Certain Racial and Ethnic Minorities were underrepresented in food allergy clinical trials.