Dr. Michael Peluso

clinical fellow at UCSF’s School of Medicine involved in a two-year study of long COVID patients

Dr. Michael Peluso on KCRW

“After the first one, I thought that I did see some improvement with some symptoms, like shortness of breath, maybe some of the GI symptoms and some of the joint pain.

This long-haul COVID patient sees no major improvement in symptoms after second vax dose

“After the first one, I thought that I did see some improvement with some symptoms, like shortness of breath, maybe some of the GI symptoms and some of the joint pain.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

“I was out of work for three months, and the last couple of weeks started working again. … I do still have a lot of residual symptoms. I still have issues with vision.

Think COVID-19 lasts 2 weeks? This patient has been suffering for months

“I was out of work for three months, and the last couple of weeks started working again. … I do still have a lot of residual symptoms. I still have issues with vision.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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