COVID-19 Medical Symposium 2: Urban and Rural Delivery
Join us as we investigate the past utilization of Ultraviolet Radiation and Open Space as a treatment for physical and mental illness in the 1918 Pandemic Flu and ask the question does this have any role for our front-line war with COVID-19 and if so how does this relate to diversity in Urban and Rural delivery?
The 1918 H1N1 influenza Pandemic was a serious threat to the United States and much of the world, resulting in the death of over 50 million people. SARS-CoV2 or COVID-19 has so far resulted in over 133,000 deaths globally and had a profound effect on each of our overall lives physically, financially, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
Last Sunday, in part 1 of our Medical Symposium entitled, “Novel Lessons Learned from the 1918 Flu: Could they Apply to the COVID-19 Pandemic” we discovered there were some unusual treatments employed during the Spanish Flu that had good results, namely Hydrothermal Therapy (HT). We were also intrigued to find that HT has some scientifically positive implications for COVID-19.
This week, we continue part 2 of our Medical Symposium, as we seek to review the past as an informational opportunity for potential conjunctive treatments for COVID-19.
Category 1 CME and CEU Credit through the University of Arizona is offered to all participants. For more information visit AWR.org/Health for more information.