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Leonard Calabrese
Immunologist enophile writer. Head, R J Fasenmyer Center for Clinical Immunology
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Leonard Calabrese 1h
Replying to @MurrayClarkeLab
Affirms that Clotting and inflammation are linked (IL-6🔼 tissue factor btb) but it seems unlikely that clotting is DRIVING INFLAMMATIOn versus INFLAMMATION driving clotting- still missing many pieces- thoughts???
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Leonard Calabrese 2h
Replying to @RickChatwell
Thnxs!!
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Leonard Calabrese 15h
While not looking great I would still have equipoise to enroll pts in such a study
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Leonard Calabrese 17h
Need to read as abstract suggests far more hematophagocytosis than seen in previous series!!!
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Vindico Medical Education 22h
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Leonard Calabrese May 24
Nice RELATIVE RISK cartoon for that people should be able to understand - its not just 6 feet away..its using judgment and appraisal and common sense
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Leonard Calabrese May 24
Should haunt us but there is a rarely a guilty snowflake in an avalanche
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Leonard Calabrese May 23
Replying to @JoseCamposMD @psufka
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Michael Lederman May 23
This is how it could be. Pathogens and Immunity has been free open access and no fees to authors since our first issue.
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Leonard Calabrese May 23
Privileged to present on today’s teleconference on. release & targeted Rx-
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Leonard Calabrese May 23
Natalie a person of your station needs more eye candy on the shelf, Say a nice hardback of Camus The Plague, then something hip like a Murakami book ( anyone will do) then a classic, say Plutarch or Marcus Aurelius... I will consult if needed 🤨
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Leonard Calabrese May 23
Replying to @EricTopol
and virtually no hematophagocytosis COVID19 is not sHLH ( similar but different...)
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Leonard Calabrese May 23
Replying to @jeremyfaust
Like that is one disease?????????????????????
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Leonard Calabrese May 23
Replying to @rheum_cat @DrAiLynTan
There is no non virus news.................😐
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Leonard Calabrese May 23
You are right! I only meant its losing steam based on the data (baseball analogy is tough) --- await prospective trials ( if they can ever recruit now that there is so much religion about the drug)
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Puja Mehta May 23
I like the PsA analogy.....initial lumping followed by splitting is how I see in my mind
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Leonard Calabrese May 23
My thoughts on ? In the baseball game of life its bottom of the eighth-Team HCQ is down 3 to 2 and is 0& 3 at the plate against a left hander
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Leonard Calabrese May 23
Using HLH score for is like using MBDA for PsA - close, works but construct is not same-nice paper Storm, typhoon, cyclone or hurricane in patients with COVID-19? Beware of the same storm that has a different origin
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Leonard Calabrese May 23
Agree completely- life and suffering goes on and we need loved ones to comfort- like other venues we do such with a margin of safety
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Leonard Calabrese May 23
Great title too!
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