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Joe Donnelly
Postdoctoral Associate in The Kelly Lab at | Former Research Fellow in Cardiac Amyloidosis
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Carl T. Bergstrom Jul 2
1. There's a perverse notion I keep hearing; it sure looks like an excuse to avoid doing things that people know they ought to be doing. It's that imperfect disease prevention measures are worse than nothing, because they create a sense of overconfidence among the public.
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Carl T. Bergstrom Jul 2
Replying to @CT_Bergstrom
I completely disagree with this approach. If that is the concern, the CDC needs to recommend testing and then acknowledge that in some circumstance the recommended approach may not be feasible because of overwhelming need to use those tests elsewhere.
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Carl T. Bergstrom Jul 2
This recommendation from , coupled with the rationale given, beggars belief. This is thinest of absence-of-evidence arguments.
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Kristian G. Andersen Jul 1
Replying to @Kevin_Faulconer
Why do I think San Diego absolutely needs to be on this list? Because, science + 🦠📈👇. are you looking at these numbers? Do *not* delay any further. [plots show daily new cases from selected counties reported from ] 2/
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ɪᴀɴ ᴍ. ᴍᴀᴄᴋᴀʏ, ᴘʜᴅ 🦠🤧🧬🥼🦟🧻 Jul 1
I keep thinking of the berating commentary here, of people in West African nations during the Ebola epidemics. Why won't they seek treatment? Why won't they change that habit? Why won't they stop putting the world at risk? Why don't they do the "right" thing? Interesting.
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Kristian G. Andersen Jul 1
There's again a lot of talk about the U.S. needing a "Manhattan Project" to fight . We don't - all we need is sane and decisive leadership. We have neither.
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Marcel Salathé Jun 30
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Ezra Klein Jun 29
This is a governance failure, not an inevitability of the disease.
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Kristian G. Andersen Jun 28
Agreed - the situation in San Diego is about to turn dire. It's worth considering that *reporting* of ~500 cases today does *not* mean ~500 infections today. Accounting for delays, growth, and under-reporting, this likely translates to ~10,000 new infections today alone.
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Dr Alexandra Phelan Jun 26
Watching cases climb in 30 US states, I'm filled with the same sense of horror I felt on 23 Jan with cases surging in Wuhan & on 23 Mar as cases climbed in NYC. There's utterly no excuse for leaders to not have learned those lessons yet. It's indefensible.
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Kristian G. Andersen Jun 24
Six months into the pandemic and we’re still using fax machines to report diagnostic results in the U.S. I’m sure we’ll have that vaccine in just a couple of months.
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Kristian G. Andersen Jun 23
Here we go: It is critically important to remember that the main responsibility for our failed response does *not* lie with the CDC's - it's elsewhere . It's like blaming the shovel for hitting you in the head when you step on it...
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Kristian G. Andersen Jun 23
Incorrect. The insane numbers of cases and deaths in the U.S. are due to leadership refusing to do what is necessary, sabotaging every attempt of outbreak control. You can't bullshit laws of nature and by continuously sticking our heads in the sand, we risk suffocating.
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Richard Sever  Ⓤ Jun 22
RECOVERY trial showing dexamethasone reduces mortality in now on medRxiv!
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Ashish K. Jha Jun 20
This is consistent with everything I have heard in conversations with folks in the federal government. A concerted effort to reduce availability of testing for Americans While ramping up testing White House staff Its amazing to hear the President publicly admit this policy
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Kristian G. Andersen Jun 20
Ladies & Gentlemen, The President of the United States of America. Six months into the pandemic - 120,000 confirmed deaths.
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Ahmad Masri Jun 20
Thread/ There are many new exciting trials in transthyretin – as we continue to enroll patients in the CARDIO-TTRansform trial, I thought I would highlight some of these trials in ATTR-CM
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Rhea Boyd MD, MPH Jun 16
Is everyone reading this??! I gotta break down this science real quick. This study compared COVID-19 mortality rates by racial/ethnic group AND age. It found: Among folks aged 35-44, Black people had a COVID mortality rate 9 *times* as high as whites.
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Kristian G. Andersen Jun 16
Really excited about this collaboration with so many talented researchers across San Diego - trying to understand COVID-19 exposures in frontline workers and our broader community. Also, fire trucks 🚒.
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awechalekar Jun 14
the three big step changes in AL treatment: late 1990’s -ASCT 2010 - CyBorD 2020 - Dara-CyBorD Now we await a fibril clearing strategy for completion
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