It is never a good idea to let a mystery virus with likely man-made “Gain of Function” changes run free in the population.
Virus scars for life as doctors warn of long-term health damage
London: One in three patients who recover from COVID-19 could be harmed for life, with long-term damage to their lungs, as well as chronic fatigue and psychological disturbances, research suggests.
Experts said there was growing evidence that the virus could cause persistent or even permanent trauma, including impairment to the brain and an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
Dr Hilary Floyd, clinical director at the NHS Seacole Centre in Surrey, said she had been shocked by how young many of its patients were. Healthy people who were in their 40s and 50s when the virus struck were now facing long-term fatigue and disability.
“These are people who were independent, they might be running their own business, going to the gym, swimming, active – now they are at the point they can’t get out of bed,” she said.
“We have a couple of patients in their 40s at the moment; we really didn’t expect that. We were […]Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast)
June 23, 2020 at 01:48PM