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Post-Acute COVID-19 Syndrome (PACS)

Season 18 Episode 1801 | 26m 46s

As we continue to track “long-haulers,” we are learning more about the long-term health effects of the people who are suffering from debilitating post-COVID symptoms.

Aired: 01/31/22 | Expires: 01/31/26
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
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Joan and the panel discuss the diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer.
Joan discusses heart valve replacement, a procedure that is 94-97% effective.
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