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As we approach the three-year anniversary of the first diagnosed case of COVID-19 in the United States, we continue to see people suffer from long COVID and the significant impacts to their daily lives. From brain fog to chronic fatigue, long-haulers are now considered the newest wave of chronic disease patients.
In this session we will explore what long-COVID is, how our health care system is working to support patients and how veteran chronic disease patients can help newly diagnosed patients navigate their new health journey.
Meet the Speakers
Ravindra Ganesh, M.B.B.S., M.D.
Ravindra Ganesh, M.B.B.S., M.D. is a Consultant in General Internal Medicine and Medical Director of the Post-COVID Care Clinic, at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. Dr. Ganesh will discuss what Long-COVID is, what we know about the science, long-term impacts and more. Learn more about Dr. Ganesh and his post- COVID work by visiting the Mayo Clinic website.
Nadine Gartner, Founding Executive Director at Boost Oregon
Nadine Gartner is a mom, lawyer, and the founding director of Boost Oregon, a nonprofit organization that empowers people to make science-based vaccine decisions. She believes in the power of listening to each other and sharing our stories. She is a graduate of Bryn Mawr College and the University of Michigan Law School.
Dr. Robert Popovian, Pharm.D., MS
Dr. Popovian is Founder of the strategic consulting firm Conquest Advisors. He also serves as Chief Science Policy Officer at Global Healthy Living Foundation, Senior Healthy Policy Fellow at Progressive Policy Institute, and Visiting Health Policy Fellow at Pioneer Institute. He previously served as VP, U.S. Government Relations at Pfizer. One of the country’s foremost experts on every significant facet of biopharmaceuticals and the healthcare industry, he is a recognized authority on health economics, policy, government relations, medical affairs, and strategic planning.
Angi Smith, Patient
Angi was a long-term social worker and therapist for over 30 years before getting COVID in 2020 and again in 2022. Now, Angi struggles with long COVID symptoms that prevent her from working and completing other daily tasks.