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Covid (r)Evolution: Episode 5 - COVID-19 and Immunological Disorders

Covid (r)Evolution: Episode 5 - COVID-19 and Immunological Disorders
  • Immunology

Voice of EXCEMED - Covid (r)Evolution: Episode 5 - Professor Andrea Cassarizzo on Immunology and Covid-19

Covid (r)Evolution: Episode 5 - Professor Andrea Cossarizza on Immunological Disorders and Covid-19.

Episode 5 from this series welcomes insight from Andrea Cossarizza - Professor of Pathology and Immunology from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. Highly published, and with well over 25 years experience in Immunology and Immunology research, Cossarizza speaks with authority on the repercussions of Covid-19 in the lives of Health Care Professionals, and Patients, of Immunological Disorders.

He gives advice to clinicians, and health care users, on how to operate in this new and unfamiliar environment.

This interview series was made possible thanks to unrestricted donations received by the EXCEMED Foundation.

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The Voice of EXCEMED series exposes Health Care Professionals (HCPs), patients and the general public, to the challenges placed on their health and their healthcare system, and offers practical advice to all. Global Experts from varied medical disciplines share solutions to widely felt issues, as well as those that are distinctive to their field. They will also address the scientific, logistic and healthcare needs that urgently require management.