New one. Tried to answer the question I keep getting. Did my best.
At some point in COVID-19, the body's immune system becomes more of a threat than the virus itself. explores what we know about that tipping point.
I constantly learn so much from 's COVID stories. This might be the best one yet.
Brilliant piece by my colleague explaining why some people get sicker than others. I would say this, but I think is producing the best journalism on the planet right now. "Our immune system is not strong."
Found this to be a really useful primer on some of the vast array of immune responses people seem to have to covid, why that might be happening, and the treatments doctors are trying out to address them.
Excellent piece by in addressing one of the key mysteries of #COVID19. Touches upon immune conditions including celiac and IBD.
“It can take a week or two for the body to fully recognize the extent to which it has been overwhelmed. At this point, its reaction is often not calm and measured.” Read on what sparks the COVID-19 “crash” in some but not others.
BCG日本株を接種していると、IL(インターロイキン)-6が早目に誘導されることが分かっている。その結果、下の記事との関係では、手遅れになってサイトカインストームを起こすことを防いでいるのか。#COVID #新型コロナウイルス
Dr. James Hamblin on why some people with Covid-19 get sicker than others. "There's a big difference in how people handle this virus. It's very unusual. None of this variability really fits with any other diseases we're used to dealing with."
'Many people start to feel a little bit better. Then, for many, comes a dramatic tipping point. “Some people really fall off the cliff, and we don’t have good predictors of who it’s going to happen to”
Why COVID-19 Makes Some People Sicker Than Others - The Atlantic
“None of this variability really fits with any other diseases we’re used....” This degree of uncertainty has less to do with the virus itself than how our bodies respond to it.... “that’s not the virus; that’s the host.” h/t on C19/BCG/IL-6 link
Why COVID-19 Makes Some People Sicker Than Others - The Atlantic
I am not an expert either, but 1. CRP levels signal cytokine storms () and 2. patients who go south seem to have cytokine storms raging ()
Why COVID-19 Makes Some People Sicker Than Others - The Atlantic
Variation in #COVID19 disease severity, “that’s not the virus; that’s the host.” COVID-19 is proving to be a disease of the immune system. This could, in theory, be controlled. By in
This article by adds to the discussion
Why COVID-19 Makes Some People Sicker Than Others - The Atlantic
At some point in COVID-19, the body's immune system becomes more of a threat than the virus itself. explores what we know about that tipping point.
I think this may have been the story left to do a phone interview for *while interviewing me on his podcast* Confirm or deny, ?
Why Some People Get Sicker Than Others: COVID-19 is proving to be a disease of the immune system. This could, in theory, be controlled. via
Relation between the host & the disease. #COVID
"Its foundation is laid by genetics and early-life exposure to the world around us—from the food we eat to the air we breathe. Its response varies on the basis of income, housing, jobs, and access to health care." #epitwitter #poptwitter
Why COVID-19 Makes Some People Sicker Than Others via ⁦⁩ ⁦
“With the coronavirus, we do not have vulnerable populations so much as we have vulnerabilities as a population. Our immune system is not strong.”