Physicians for Patient Protection and Dr. Purvi Parikh are included on The Healthy in an article titled, “If You Have Coronavirus, Can You Catch It Again?”

Dr. Parikh is included in the piece discussing what IgM and IgG antibodies are and also telling readers that due to the current limited data, “some strains may be deadlier than others.”

By |2021-11-09T16:02:49+00:00April 21st, 2021|In the News|0 Comments

Physicians for Patient Protection is featured on HuffPost in an article titled, “Should You Travel To A Reopened State?”

The article discusses whether one should take a trip to a state that has been recently reopened and how to travel safely. Within the piece Dr. Ainel Sewell, PPP Board Member, provides commentary and expert opinion.

By |2021-11-09T16:03:04+00:00July 6th, 2020|In the News|0 Comments

Physicians for Patient Protection was featured on in an article titled, “Lyme Disease and Coronavirus Have Some Similar Symptoms—Here’s How to Tell the Difference.”

The article discusses the difference between Lyme Disease and Coronavirus symptoms, where Dr. Purvi Parikh is quoted several times. Dr. Parikh is credited as an immunologist and member of Physicians for Patient Protection.

By |2021-11-09T16:03:14+00:00June 15th, 2020|In the News|0 Comments

Dr. Corine Wells and Dr. Julius Hamilton, discussed the potential dangers of allowing CRNA’s to work without an anesthesiologist present on CBS

PPP wanted to discuss the recommendation that the Veterans Administration hospitals allow CRNAs to work with no anesthesiologist present. CBS aired this story, which featured Dr. Corine Wells and Dr. Julius Hamilton, to discuss the potential dangers.

By |2021-11-09T16:03:32+00:00May 4th, 2020|In the News|0 Comments

Dr. Rebekah Bernard and Physicians for Patient Protection were included May 2, 2020, during the 8AM EST news hour on C-SPAN’s “Washington Journal” in a segment titled, “Dr. Rebekah Bernard on Primary Health Care Access and COVID-19 Pandemic.”

During the 46-minute segment, Dr. Bernard discussed the mission of Physicians for Patient Protection, the future of primary care after COVID-19, and some of the challenges facing primary care physicians today.

By |2021-11-09T16:03:48+00:00May 2nd, 2020|In the News|0 Comments
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