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Theoretically for this pandemic to turn into a disaster, three ingredients would be needed:

1) Daily Covid records (say > 10K/day).

2) No state mask mandate.

3) Reopen the world’s largest theme park (which happens to be in that state).

Theoretically of course.

#floridacovid

#COVID19 is uniquely impacting Asian American & Pacific Islander communities. Join health care leaders @SFBau, @DrHuerto, @DrJulieMorita, @bhangrajay, @dr_msharma, Ray Samoa, MD, as they explore the pandemic, its impact on #healthequity concerns & more.

While treatment options have improved for some multiple myeloma patients, there are still unmet needs for high-risk patients.

Through our Moon Shots Program, we’re working to develop new treatments for these patients: #CancerMoonshot #EndCancer

Multiple Myeloma Moon Shot

We're using immunotherapies and cellular therapies to fight high-risk multiple myeloma.

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The weather forecast is calling for hot and humid days ahead. Follow these steps to keep cool and prevent #heatstroke. https://mayocl.in/3el0NWr

On the Mayo Clinic Radio program, Dr. Andrea Huebner, a #MayoClinic neuropsychologist, discusses #autism spectrum disorder. https://mayocl.in/3eckGPn

A tremor in Steve's right hand changed his life.
He couldn't work or do everyday activities with his family.
Then, a four-hour surgery deep brain stimulation surgery changed everything.

Read more: https://cle.clinic/2AMP5Gt

For those fighting #COVID19 on the front lines, @Headspace is offering free subscriptions to help maintain mindfulness during stressful times. Visit http://spr.ly/6019GppTN and input your NPI number to start today.

Bertin Salguero-Porres, MD, stayed late to teach Janice Cagigas, RN, how to take care of #COVID19 patients who are on mechanical ventilators after being transferred from intensive care: https://bit.ly/2VzyBse #StoriesOfStrength #HealthcareHeroes

More than 60% of people with #Cancers are age 65 and older, yet we don't always know the safest and best way to treat these older patients. Geriatric assessments may help: A conversation with Dr. Supriya Mohile https://buff.ly/2IRwB8N
#lcsm #bcsm #gyncsm

.@MSHSSurgery has numerous #safety measures in place to make sure you receive the quality care you need while keeping you #safe from #COVID19. Dr. Benjamin Golas reviews the protocols in place to keep #patients and #staff protected: https://bit.ly/2Vo8fJL

It’s easier than ever before to get a #COVID19 test from @NYCHealthSystem! And, it's FREE! Go to https://on.nyc.gov/2XNvltQ to find a location near you. Help stop the spread. #NYCTestandTrace

Trauma can affect the way we think, act, and feel. The #impactoftrauma on BIPOC has spanned generations due to centuries of systematic oppression. Learn more about the #impactoftrauma at http://mhanational.org/july. #BIPOCMentalHealthMonth

Wearing face masks can help slow the spread of COVID-19. However, there has been much debate about wearing #masks and misinformation has spread online. Here are four debunked #myths about wearing a mask. https://mayocl.in/3j02TyK

#COVID19 is uniquely impacting Asian American & Pacific Islander communities. Join health care leaders @SFBau, @DrHuerto, @DrJulieMorita, @bhangrajay, @dr_msharma, Ray Samoa, MD, as they explore the pandemic, its impact on #healthequity concerns & more.

COVID-19 information can be overwhelming. And unfortunately, misinformation is common. The truth about the novel coronavirus. https://cle.clinic/39gSnNc

Taking a screen at http://MHAscreening.org is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition. Mental health conditions, such as depression or anxiety, are real, common and treatable. And recovery is possible.

Focus on good nutrition as a part of self-care during the #COVID19 pandemic. Certain vitamins & minerals may have effects on how the immune system works to fight off infections & inflammation. You can obtain these nutrients through #food. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3iONzET.

Young adults are more likely to be diagnosed with certain cancers, such as Hodgkin lymphoma, testicular cancer, and sarcomas. But cancer is still rare at this age. Some young adults with cancer find talking to other young adults helpful to cope. https://buff.ly/2KL0YAe

.@VirusesImmunity joins us tomorrow to discuss “Sex Differences in #COVID19 Immune Responses.” Tune in at 4:30 for this talk in the Kravis Women in Science Endeavor (WiSE) Symposium. #MSKScienceSpotlight

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