Kindred community members Cynthia Adinig, who is living with long COVID, and Nick Ferrara, who is living with vaccine injury, were joined by Dr. David Putrino at the Kindred Café on January 17 to discuss research efforts to uncover the causes of long COVID and vaccine injury, potential therapeutic targets, and emerging interventions.
"If you’re living with vaccine injury, it’s understandable to feel overwhelmed and isolated. There’s very little research, and many healthcare providers will turn you away or tell you it’s in your head. I’m here to tell you that you’re not alone or imagining things. There are thousands of people worldwide experiencing what you are."
Join Kindred COVID Task Force members Cynthia Adinig and Nick Ferrara as they welcome Dr. David Putrino for a conversation on research efforts to uncover the underlying causes of long COVID and potential therapeutic targets.
Kindred COVID Task Force member Cynthia Adinig has been living with long COVID since 2020. In this article, she uses her experience to provide readers with actionable tips to help them manage disease symptoms and improve their quality of life.
This article, written by a Kindred COVID Task Force member living with vaccine injury, offers first-hand tips for more productive appointments with your healthcare provider when seeking care or a diagnosis for your illness.
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