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A Crucial Call for Change from the Coronavirus: Revamping the American Healthcare System to Address the Gaping Holes Exposed by COVID-19

In her five-minute video-log, Dr. Ashley Bray, a general medicine resident, records her average day in a New York City hospital overburdened by new patients who have contracted COVID-19, a virus which has infected nearly 109 million people globally and has been responsible for the death of over 485,000 people in the United States alone…

COVID-19: What Went Wrong?

Many things have happened since the discovery of the SARS-Cov-2 and the appearance of Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Wuhan, China. As of 24:00 on Feb 20, there are 75,465 identified cases of COVID-19 nationally, 62,662 of which are in Hubei province. Wuhan with more than 9 million residents is completely shut down. Panic and…

Exploring patient safety and research methods with deep-brain stimulation

Clinical trials rely on the cooperation of individuals who, due to extenuating circumstances, seek out novel treatments to their conditions. These people willingly cross the line between patient and subjects to serve the development of new biomedical techniques. Although these trials can certainly result in health benefits for test subjects, such benefits are secondary to…

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