Update 12/13/2020

There is much disinformation floating around  about Covid, and the Covid Vaccine.  Disinformation having to do with vaccines in general have resurfaced around this Covid subject.

Many CADs are inquiring on our Social Media as to whether it is safe for a CAD to take the Covid Vaccine?  When can it be taken?  Should it be given differently to a CAD?  As we get more verifiable information specific to CADs, we will edit this page.

Our opinion is you should not search for your answers, via social media!

Most CADs are already under the care of a medical professional.  In many cases a Hematologist.  You need to get your direction and information directly from your own personal doctor.  You Dr typically should be the most informed with the latest and greatest that comes down from the CDC or other such entities.

Not only are CAD patients dealing with a rare disease.  Many are dealing with other related secondary or primary serious diseases.  All of which varies in severity from CAD to CAD.  Each CAD is unique.  Many even differing from one CAD to the next.  Symptoms and reactions, as well as current treatments, all differ.

At this point in time, the USA.  They are just getting emergency approval to vaccinate for Covid.  This morning on the news distribution to some states has begun.

Information on side affects and even when a patient may be in the rotation to be vaccinated, is rather vague still.

Be sure you seek your information from the Dr that is treating you for CAD, the Dr that knows your history, complications, and treatments.  All things that may need to be considered.  Please do not follow the recommendations you may see posted on social media.

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