2020 Educator: Liliana Campos

For 22 years, Liliana Campos lived in the shadows with no resources to help her cope with the strain of existing in legal limbo as an undocumented immigrant. Today, Campos helps train immigration attorneys, social workers, and mental health professionals who work with immigrants and refugees.

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The Pros and Cons of Testosterone Therapy

Beginning in their mid-30s, men lose testosterone at an average of just under 2% per year.  Testosterone replacement treatment (TRT)aims to boost those low levels.

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COMMENTARY: Dermatologist First, Businessman Second: Life During COVID-19

COVID-19 has completely upended dermatology. Graeme Lipper describes this rapidly evolving ‘new normal.’

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Blood Yields Clue to Why COVID Is Tougher on Men

Since the coronavirus pandemic began, rates of hospital admission and death from COVID-19 have been significantly higher in men than women.

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Severe COVID-19 Might Injure the Heart

Doctors in China have already warned that heart injuries appear common in COVID-19 patients, particularly those with existing heart disease or high blood pressure. A recent, smaller study found that 12% of hospitalized patients had the complication.

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COVID-19 Enforcement Policy for Sterilizers, Disinfectant Devices, and Air Purifiers (FDA, 2020)

2020 COVID-19 guidance for industry and FDA staff

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Telephone vs Telemedicine: Code and Bill Correctly During COVID-19

CMS says it will reimburse for telephone-based consults the same as for office visits during COVID-19. Expert Betsy Nicoletti explains how to code and bill these services properly during the pandemic.

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Blood Test Might Predict Worsening MS

A new blood test might help doctors predict whether someone’s multiple sclerosis may soon get worse.

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