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  • Challenges and opportunities in long COVID research. Immunity Hamlin, R. E., Blish, C. A. 2024; 57 (6): 1195-1214

    Abstract

    Long COVID (LC) is a condition in which patients do not fully recover from the initial SARS-CoV-2 infection but rather have persistent or new symptoms for months to years following the infection. Ongoing research efforts are investigating the pathophysiologic mechanisms of LC and exploring preventative and therapeutic treatment approaches for patients. As a burgeoning area of investigation, LC research can be structured to be more inclusive, innovative, and effective. In this perspective, we highlight opportunities for patient engagement and diverse research expertise, as well as the challenges of developing definitions and reproducible studies. Our intention is to provide a foundation for collaboration and progress in understanding the biomarkers and mechanisms driving LC.

    View details for DOI 10.1016/j.immuni.2024.05.010

    View details for PubMedID 38865966