What the doctors are saying about the coronavirus

A doctor from the US says that the coronas can be stopped by changing the way we treat people.

Dr Robert J. Dolittle has been studying the coronae since they were first detected in China in 2003 and says that they could be stopped.

He says that patients can be given antibiotics and treated with a cold or fever reducer. 

“We’re seeing an explosion in the number of coronaviruses in the United States,” he said.

“What we’re seeing is that there’s a huge amount of antibiotic use in the US, but there’s also a huge surge in the use of anti-fungal drugs that we’re not seeing in other parts of the world.” 

Mr Dolitte believes that the current US healthcare system is not equipped to deal with this massive rise in infections and he wants to change it.

He is calling on the country to adopt a “golden rule” in healthcare, in which each patient is given a treatment and the system is designed to respond to it. 

The golden rule is that each individual should get a treatment that they’re comfortable with.

So, for example, you might be able to get antibiotics if you have some discomfort with them, or if you are feeling particularly sick.

“You have to ask, ‘do I want to get an antibiotic?’ and that is a huge issue in our healthcare system.””

In fact, the doctor can ask you a lot of questions about your condition and your family history, so you’re likely to be given a different treatment,” he told the ABC.

“You have to ask, ‘do I want to get an antibiotic?’ and that is a huge issue in our healthcare system.”

The golden rules apply to the US but it is really important that we do the same in other countries.

“I think it is important that people know they have options, that they can go to the doctor if they’re really uncomfortable.” “

We can’t really know for sure until we do that, but I think we should really make a lot more use of the antibiotics in the general population,” he added.

“I think it is important that people know they have options, that they can go to the doctor if they’re really uncomfortable.”

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