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A Real-life Case for Wearing Masks

The data from Kansas are quite compelling

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It continues to baffle me — as a critical care physician taking care of patients afflicted with COVID-19 — that there continues to be debate and controversy over wearing masks.

The science is clear that they work. There is no evidence they cause carbon dioxide to rise in the blood, and it is the one thing…




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Dr. Hesham A. Hassaballa

Dr. Hesham A. Hassaballa

NY Times featured Pulmonary and Critical Care Specialist | Physician Leader | Author and Blogger | His latest book is “Code Blue,” a medical thriller.

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