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“For the U.S., we’re just a little bit over the one-year anniversary of our first cases,” Dr. Kenneth Tyler told Yahoo Finance. “When you start to talk about potential longer-term [effects] and what’s their natural history, you’ve got to realize we’re really in early days here and that some things may not be apparent for a while now.” -Yahoo! Finance, May 5, 2021
“The important part of tracking variants is to understand what variants are circulating, which ones are taking over. We know that this happens, all these viruses do this. Eventually, a variant takes over, it’s called a ‘replacement strain,’” said Dr. David Beckham, infectious disease physician, virologist and associate professor of medicine and neurology at CU School of Medicine. 9News, Apr. 14, 2021
A new study from the CU Alzheimer's and Cognition Center presents evidence that Sargramostim (GM-CSF) is the first drug to show improvement in Alzheimer's patients in a phase II clinical trial. Sargramostim (GM-CSF) is a safe and well-tolerated medication and has 30 years of FDA-approved safe use for other disorders. -U.S.News & World Report, Mar. 25, 2021
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