Dr. Jackie Szmuszkovicz

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles; USC’s Keck School of Medicine

Pediatric cardiologist at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and a professor of pediatrics at USC’s Keck School of Medicine.

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A mysterious illness affecting children in at least 17 states may be linked to the coronavirus.

PIMS: the mysterious illness affecting children that’s linked to COVID-19

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