The concern of CDC for the long term effects of COVID 19

Last November 2, we published an article about the long-term [...]

Colpase of health care systems. Delays in the treatment of cancer increase mortality. A robust evidence to guide national policy-making and inform oncologic decision-makers in hospitals

A major bioethical issue for health care services, patients, and [...]

Genetics factors determine the clinical course of the COVID 19 infection. The finding may help to find a treatment

It appears that the severity with which Covid-19 affects individuals [...]

Mistakes or omissions in the management of information SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus transmission. What is known so far

COVID 19 transmission routes misinformed Airborne transmission of coronavirus in [...]

Cardiovascular damages in young American athletes recovering from Covid-19. One half had subclinical myocardial and pericardial disease

A recent article published in Science journal (October 23, 2020) [...]

Upward suicide trend in the coronavirus pandemic. What is the age group that could be more affected?

Suicide is an important issue in bioethics because it is [...]

Suicide in coronavirus pandemic. What is the age group that could be more affected?

Suicide is a relevant issue in bioethics because it is [...]

COVID 19 singularities. Lower incidence among intensive care staff in the UK

We have published some articles about the singularities COVID 19 [...]