In this podcast, she discusses the challenges of zika virus, including diagnostic challenges and those that arise in pregnancy, as well as the hope for a vaccine in the near future.
In this podcast, she discusses her research on developing a vaccine for HIV-tuberculosis co-infection.
In this podcast, she discusses her research on developing an effective HIV vaccine using a person's own skin cells.
In this podcast, he speaks about vaccinations for older adults and what physicians should be careful about.
Gustavo Ferrer, MD, FCCP, on Combining Conventional Medicine with Holistic Remedies May Produce Synergies
Gustavo Ferrer, MD, FCCP, discusses the occasions when traditional remedies like garlic and chicken soup might help boost the immune system in patients with the flu.
In this podcast, she talks about her research on apoptosis in Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection and how cancer drugs might be able to fight the infection.
Michael Banks, MD, discusses a recent study that details the inconsistencies of antiviral treatment in children hospitalized with an influenza infection, despite recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Michael Banks, MD, discusses the results of a 2016 study that suggested that nasal spray might not be an effective vaccination tool.