Jump to navigation. India might witness the worst of the coronavirus pandemic early next year if a vaccine remains elusive. Based on a recent study on testing and case data of 84 countries, comprising 60 per cent of the world population, researchers of Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT have predicted that India might record 2. They have also projected that the total number of cases worldwide would be between 20 crore and 60 crore by "spring " March-May in the absence of a treatment.
Could novel coronavirus infection lead to subacute thyroiditis? A young woman who seemingly had recovered from COVID reported neck and thyroid pain, fever and an increased heart rate. Find out why clinicians diagnosed her with subacute thyroiditis and linked the case to her previous infection with the novel coronavirus. Italian authors point out that the condition can be caused by a viral infection or a post-viral inflammatory reaction.
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A case study presented by health and legal experts from the University of Melbourne and University of Tasmania revealed an example of life insurance companies discriminating due to genetic test results for cancer pre-disposition. Lead author Dr Louise Keogh from the School of Population and Global Health at the University of Melbourne said "This case presents evidence that life-insurance companies have made incorrect risk-assessment judgments based on genetic information. Published in the Medical Journal of Australia MJA today, the authors are calling on a more collaborative approach between industry, government and researchers to address these issues. The case study published revealed that James pseudonym in his early 20s, was denied full life insurance cover because he revealed that he had discussed genetic testing with a genetic counsellor. He was later tested and found to carry a mutation in the MSH6 gene; after disclosing this, he was denied cover for cancer by two other life insurance companies.