Sorry if posted previously but I just came across article (includes inteview.) Includes two areas of interest; one, Leronlimab and two, evolving understanding of Long CoViD.
"Working out of a small laboratory called IncellDX, which Pitchbook states has just 23 employees, Bruce Patterson MD has managed to have an outsize effect on the long-COVID field. More patients (many more) are reportedly using his protocol via an array of doctors he works with – more than have been enrolled in the NIH’s $.1.5 billion RECOVER thus far.
Patterson’s managed to do this by making himself available again and again to the press and social media over the past two years. I counted over 2 dozen YouTube presentations featuring Patterson over the past two years. Recently, Patterson appeared on the Solve ME/CFS Initiative/BIO webinar and in a follow-up talk with Dr. Drew. He also recently published a case series of treatment reports.
Two plus years since Patterson reported he thought that he’d uncovered the cause of long COVID, it’s a good time to catch up using a couple of presentations Patterson has recently made with Dr. Drew and in the recent Solve M.E./BIO webinar."