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Life After A COVID-19 Diagnosis

Jun 18, 2020

We have spent the last few months bringing you coverage on COVID-19. This hour, we’re going to talk to someone who was diagnosed with coronavirus, and recovered. For those that survive the virus, the recovery process is not easy. Many have long-lasting side effects from having the virus, including permanent damage to the heart and lungs. And later, we learn those who have survived the virus can donate blood and help others defeat the virus with convalescent plasma. We will also hear how physicians are using plasma transfusion to treat the seriously ill.

GUESTS:

  • Professor Richard Gard - Yale University Director of Music at St. Thomas More Chapel, and a lecturer of musicianship and analysis.
  • Dr. April Pruski - Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and Neurology The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
  • Dr. Suzanne Rose - Director of Office of Research at Stamford Health