Articles by Christopher Byron

Antibiotics as a Possible Alternative to Traditional Appendectomy in Some Cases?

At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals were flooded with critically ill patients suffering from the devastating effects of the virus. Medical providers and staff members across the country found themselves overworked and struggling to cope with deficits in manpower, time, space and equipment as COVID cases continued to climb amidst the normal workload….

Rural Inequities in Care: Reducing Stigma and Providing Access for All

It has been over 40 years since the Alma-Ata Declaration defined the concept of primary healthcare and brought international awareness to the extreme health inequities that permeate the globe. Unfortunately, the declaration’s ambitious goal of healthcare for all by 2000 was not met as intended [3]. Nonetheless, there still exist promising implementations of primary healthcare…

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