Fauci Will Choose His Time

By | April 15, 2020

Dr Anthony Fauci has survived in our country’s Federal Health agencies for most of his professional life. So obviously he can adeptly balance politics with science, not an easy accomplishment.He will be careful and pick the best time to tell his side of the story. Getting fired at this point of the pandemic serves no… Read More »

To Whom Much is Given Much is Expected

By | April 11, 2020

I always felt this saying applied to the medical profession. Even with all the appropriate criticism directed at us over the years most people still respected us for our years of study and hard work.And, they expected us to act selflessly for the best of all our patients, and always in a professional manner. It… Read More »

Doctor Fauci

By | April 7, 2020

I presented a case of Wegener’s granulomatosis to you at grand rounds 36 years ago at University of Connecticut Health Center. You were legendary even then, being the world’s expert on vasculitis at that time. But, you were great, so humble and so committed. Is it true you brought your own bed into the hospital… Read More »

Humans Are Coronavirus’ “Achilles Heel”

By | April 6, 2020

Viruses are very interesting creations of nature. Their structure and function are so simple and incomplete that on their own they are unable to survive or reproduce. They must infect the cells of higher life forms such as humans in order to acquire all the things that they themselves lack. In a sense our cells… Read More »

Update on Corona Virus 19

By | April 3, 2020

( The New England Journal of Medicine Editorial 3/26/20 A.S. Fauci, MD., H. Clifford Lane,MD, and Robert R. Red field , MD., pages 1268 to 1269.The effect of the virus is measured by itstransmissibility( Ro) x severity of illnessTransmissibility(Ro) 2.2This means that on average each infected individual transmits the infection to just over 2 uninflected… Read More »

You Can Stop Home Quarantine if You Had Symptoms of COVID-19 If:

By | April 2, 2020

  -At least 7 days have passed since first symptoms appeared-And, at least 3 days of full recovery have passed, as defined as:   -No fever without the use of medications    to suppress it, and   -Improvement of any respiratory    symptoms, including:        – cough and        -shortness of breath(CDC Guidelines updated 3/16/20)

It is Simple Math Folks

By | April 1, 2020

Pity the people who do not care, can not deal with even simple facts, struggle with math, or live in their own world of reality.Experts told the President the following information at a time when his actions could have saved lives, saved us two trillion dollars, and possibly more. The overall effect of the Coronavirus… Read More »