Why psychological explanations for long COVID are dangerous
“Patients with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) and their allies will rally in DC, London, and Edinburgh this September to “demand bold, urgent governmental action” for the millions of people living with ME, long COVID, and other infection-associated, chronic diseases.
As researchers continue to find many similarities between ME and long COVID, the history of ME offers crucial lessons for approaching long COVID and some pathways toward more effective research and care.”
V. Jo Hsu is an assistant professor of rhetoric and writing.
They share their story and discuss their KevinMD article, “Why psychological explanations for long COVID are dangerous.”
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