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Subspecialties Health Economics and Policy, COVID-19

The Lowdown on COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is at the forefront of everybody’s mind. Between isolation measures, business shutdowns, and the looming worry about healthcare systems overload, that’s no surprise – and few people are more concerned than those who work at the front lines, whether they are analyzing the virus, dealing with its effects, or seeking a pharmaceutical solution. But even the professionals whose job it is to meet the novel coronavirus head-on may not feel fully informed, especially given the speed at which the science is moving. Expert pathologist Fred Plapp, a Clinical Professor and Medical Director of Clinical Laboratories at the University of Kansas Medical Center, has developed a summary of the virus, its effects, and the pandemic’s evolving status aimed at professionals in healthcare, the life sciences, and related fields.

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