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At the conclusion of this presentation, participants should be able to...
Stuart P. Adler, MD
Stuart Adler, M.D. is a Professor of Pediatrics, Microbiology and Medicine and Director of Infectious Diseases at the Children’s Medical Center, Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center. Dr. Adler has specialized in CMV infections among women and children for over 28 years and has published extensively on this topic. He has participated in clinical trials for vaccines and prevention of infection in daycare centers through hygienic methods and advocates universal screening of mothers and newborns.
2/26/2019 02:52:15 am
These slides showing the prevalence of CMV in the child care setting are very eye-opening. Hopefully child care policy makers will educate their workers about their occupational hazard for CMV.
2/26/2019 07:39:31 am
Couldn't agree more!
2/26/2019 02:26:59 pm
In regards to slide 3, do you have any insight as to why the general public is generally not aware of CMV in comparison to less common syndrome and diseases?
2/26/2019 02:40:38 pm
Dr. Adler will want to answer that from his perspective, but as a CMV mom who works a bit with the media, this is the list I've come up with to answer women who say, "IF CMV WAS A PROBLEM, WOULDN’T MY DOCTOR TELL ME?"
3/1/2019 10:01:49 am
Thank you for your talk and life of leading work in infectious disease. Do you suggest that randomized controlled trials for prevention of CMV in seronegative mothers be repeated or that your trials be deemed sufficient, along with personal reasoning?
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