We hope this note finds you all well as the “summer that never was” has receded and we collectively attempt to return to some degree of normalcy this fall while battling the predictable seasonal uptick in this infection. I wanted to restart our ongoing conversation about COVID-19 and share some interesting material as we all grapple with the implications of this challenging virus and its effects on our families and communities.
We continue to be very respectful of and deeply engaged in the study and treatment of COVID-19 more accurately known as SARS-CoV-2. More specifically we are continuously looking to personalize what support each of our patients needs as we look to use all of the available tools at our disposal and not wait for ideal studies to dictate how to proceed in this fog of war.
In retrospect, our early thoughts and writings have for the most part held up quite well and in our opinion remain informative and provide important foundational background for approaching this infection holistically and open-mindedly. See the following links for our original three-part series: Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3.
Now, nearing the end of this very unique year, we wanted to share our thoughts on information we have been gathering which builds upon the foundations established in our original writings and sheds more light on the virus itself, how the world has responded, and what available treatment options have shown to be viable tools of defense against this novel virus.
Please click here to read our COVID-19 update for Fall 2020.