WIRED contributor, Maryn McKenna, published an article about our lab’s previous papers and most recent study on the possible need for a third dose of the vaccine. Click the link to read! https://www.wired.com/story/the-challenge-of-covid-19-vaccines-for-the-immunosuppressed/
Read our lab’s newest paper on a 3rd vaccine dose in transplant patients. This shows that it may be beneficial for transplant patients to receive an additional dose. https://www.acpjournals.org/doi/10.7326/L21-0282
NPR’s Maria Godoy shared our research about the observed benefits of a third dose of the vaccine in organ transplant recipients. Link to read here: https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2021/06/15/1006382264/a-3rd-dose-of-covid-vaccines-may-boost-immunity-for-transplant-recipients
ABC News’s Dr. Natalie S. Rosen wrote about our lab’s newest research study on the promising data found in the third vaccine dose of transplant recipient. https://abcnews.go.com/amp/Health/covid-19-vaccine-doses-improve-immunity-solid-organ/story?id=78276311
Dr. Dorry Segev & Dr. Macey Levan had an interview w/ ABC-15’s Marc Thompson to discuss vaccination in those who are immunosuppressed and the possible need of a third dose of the vaccine. Fun fact: Marc Thompson and Dr. Macey Levan are cousins, and she donated her kidney to him!
Watch Valen Keefer talk with ABC10 in Sacramento about what it’s like to be a transplant patient after getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Transplant patients should be able to get back to some normalcy like everyone else, but these immunocompromised patients may need a 3rd dose for adequate protection. Our research team is enrolling patients in our clinical trial. Please contact us for more information.
Our Dr. Dorry Segev talked Live with MSNBC’s Kristen Welker. Transplant patients should get vaccinated, but act like they are not. Our team is studying the antibody levels in transplant patients, and are learning if a 3rd vaccine could help these immunocompromised patients live a more normal life as the world recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Be sure to catch up on Dr. Dorry Segev’s interview with CBS about vaccines, CDC guidelines, and people who are immunosuppressed
Today, Dr. Segev spoke to NPR about the vaccine response data in those who are immunosuppressed.