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June 29, 2021

Planning on traveling to Roatan and have already been immunized for COVID-19?

In the newest travel requirements if the person has the completed the vaccination process they can present the vaccination card instead of getting the Covid-19 tests.
June 21, 2021

FDA Guidance

April 9, 2021

Treatment Protocol for Post COVID-19 Infections in an Effort to Mitigate Residual Pulmonary Injury and Long Term Lung Damage Caused by the SARS COVID 19 Virus

Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) have been widely used in bench-to-bedside research. Their safety and efficacy have been clearly documented in several clinical trials, including immune-mediated inflammatory diseases such as graft versus-host disease and systemic lupus erythematosus. MSCs play a vital role mainly in two ways – immunomodulatory and differentiation abilities. […]
April 7, 2021

Potential Use of Cellular Stromal Vascular Fraction in Post-COVID-19 Pulmonary Injury and Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome

Robert W. Alexander⋆ United States of America; University of Washington (Seattle), Department of Surgery, School of Medicine & Dentistry Global Alliance of Regenerative Medicine ABSTRACT A coronavirus (nCoV-2) has caused a worldwide pandemic, beginning in Wuhan,China. Patient’s acquiring viral infection (COVID-19) which is often featured by ele-vation of temperature (>100.3 […]
March 31, 2021

The Economic Times Article About Covid-19 Symptoms

In addition to potential long term lung damage, many patients report residual exhaustion and “brain fog” several weeks to months after the resolution of the viral infection. The list doesn’t end here. As mentioned in “Covid-19 symptoms outside lungs decoded, virus can lead to high sugar levels, blood clots, & […]
May 25, 2020

Healthy, Easy, and Delicious Recipes!

Healthy cooking does not have to be difficult. Try these recipes when you are running out of ideas. Packed with healthy and natural ingredients, these recipes couldn’t be simpler to make!
May 21, 2020

Q & A with Dr. Terry

Q & A with Dr. Terry: Question: How are you staying in touch with patients? Answer:    A few weeks ago, we sent out a newsletter on perseverance.  Part of perseverance is successfully adapting to new circumstances. One platform that has allowed us to continue to serve our patients is telemedicine.  […]
April 17, 2020

Types of Immune Responses

GARM is taking the time to learn more about the immune system. You can also learn more, take a look at this video to learn about the immune system and the types of immune responses: https://www.khanacademy.org/science/high-school-biology/hs-human-body-systems/hs-the-immune-system/v/role-of-phagocytes-in-innate-or-nonspecific-immunity
April 8, 2020

Most recently asked questions received by The GARM Team

Q:  What can I do to boost my immune system? A: Sunshine & fresh air Light exercise if possible Daily positive attitude and gratitude Reduce stress as much as possible Anti-inflammatory CLEAN diet (no processed foods; no sugar). Check out these reads: The China Study-Revised and Expanded Edition & The […]
April 6, 2020

Tips from GARM

Steps to help maintain a positive attitude and emotional well-being, both of which are very important to physical health! Make a list at the beginning of each day of loved ones, circumstances, and things for which you are most grateful. Do your best to get fresh air and sunshine (exercise […]