Monthly Archives: March 2020

Riddle Me This

Though the coronavirus panic is no joke, over the last few days I’ve felt a little like Batman trying to solve one of the Riddler’s nefarious puzzles.  Since Monday (3/23), as confirmed cases [1] and deaths have continued to increase, … Continue reading

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How Did We Get Here and Where Will We Go

Words of Wisdom?       I don’t have a PhD or a Nobel Prize, but Michael Levitt does, and he correctly predicted the course of the infection in S. Korea.  Read his opinion about the future of the pandemic in the … Continue reading

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Old Forgotten Farr

     Poor old Farr, long gone and damn near forgotten.      If you read my previous blog post[1] , you read about Farr’s Law of Epidemics, which says that epidemics tend to rise and fall in a roughly symmetrical pattern … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the Wuhan

     I’m not an infectious disease specialist (but I certainly know a great deal more than I did two weeks ago!), so take the following thoughts as those of a recently informed non-medical person who is a battle-scarred veteran of … Continue reading

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