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COS for post-COVID-19 condition published in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine – access to study materials

COS for post-COVID-19 condition published in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine – access to study materials

17 June 2022
COS for post-COVID-19 condition published in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine – access to study materials

We are happy to announce a recent publication authored by Dr Daniel Munblit and Dr Nina Seylanova outlining the core outcome set for post-COVID-19 condition (PC-COS) in the Lancet Respiratory Medicine that embodies a stellar example of international project coordination that we aim to uphold within our Action.

The paper also contains a short podcast discussing the importance of COS for the post-COVID-19 condition. This information is relevant to everyone involved in any COS development project, so we hope you will find it useful!

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