Multi-Inflammatory Syndrome: Not Just For Children


Multi-Inflammatory Disease Seems to Hit Minorities Harder

Health Editor’s Note: I think it is noteworthy that many of the adults in this study had NO underlying medical conditions that would have contributed to the person developing severe COVID-19. Also, all but one of these patients in this report belonged to ethnic or racial minority groups. Health inequities result in an increased risk for coronavirus infection and severe outcomes for COVID-19. The small study size limits looking at other reasons for this disparity…..Carol


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