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Top news stories from AMA Morning Rounds®: Week of Oct. 18, 2021
In the news: FDA panel backs booster dose for J&J, Administration to regulate “forever chemicals,” White House & COVID-19 vaccines to children aged five-11.
COVID-19 vaccine rollout for children asks doctors to play bigger role
Who better to answer parents’ vaccine questions than their kids’ doctors? Smaller lot sizes will make it easier for physician practices to take part.
Q&A: Calling out systemic racism’s impact in medicine
Faith Crittenden, MD, MPH, was part of the medical student-led effort to have the AMA recognize racism as a public health threat. Learn more.
Moderna and J&J COVID-19 vaccine boosters: What doctors must know
The booster doses can help increase immune responses and protection against COVID-19. Learn more about the CDC’s recommendations.
Statement on CDC guidelines for boosters, mixing COVID-19 vaccines
CDC’s recommendations help provide continued protection against COVID-19 for those who need it most.
Oct. 22, 2021: National Advocacy Update
AMA supports passage of the TRIUMPH Act to combat maternal mortality and more in the latest National Advocacy Update.
What doctors wish patients knew about long COVID
Long COVID continues to be a medical mystery, but some parts of the puzzle are falling into place. Learn more from intensivist Devang Sanghavi, MD.
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