We’re all going to get sick eventually. But it’s certainly better to catch it early. I’ve had several patients who have had chronic, serious illnesses that were exacerbated by their immune system. One was a smoker who smoked cigarettes and was also chronically ill. The other was a diabetic who had been on the same medication for years and just needed to find a new one.
The good news is that the vaccine against the common cold can cure the illness, but in the long run you can’t get rid of the virus that is keeping you sick. That’s why the vaccine is called “cure virus.” We have other treatments for chronic illnesses we can use to manage the virus, but a cure is far more effective.
In the case of a new cure, what can you do? I’m going to assume that you can’t just wait around for the vaccine to kick in. So you have to make a choice. Which treatment you choose, and which you take for the rest of your life, will depend on what you think the virus is. So you can’t just wait around for the vaccine to kick in. Instead, you must take the treatment that you think is the best for you.
At the moment, it is possible that there is a cure for the coronavirus, but there is no vaccine that will protect you, or anyone, from the virus. The vaccine is only effective if you already have the disease. It is possible that there is a vaccine in development, but it is not yet available to us. You can’t just wait around for the vaccine to kick in. Instead, you must take the treatment that you think is the best for you.
In addition, there is a very real possibility that the coronavirus is a hoax. There is a movement afoot to spread the rumor that the virus is actually made up by a Chinese scientist and that it is all a big hoax. There is even a group within the Chinese government that wants to take the coronavirus out of China and onto the world. I have no doubt that the virus is real, but it is possible that it is not.
While many people don’t take issue with the idea of spreading misinformation, they are worried that we are losing our knowledge and ability to make good judgment calls. This is because, at the moment, there is no definitive cure for coronavirus.