JMSA doctors at the forefront of Coronavirus

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

My colleagues and I’ve been at the forefront of taking care of patients affected by Coronavirus, both in the community as well as in hospitals.

We are making small, but positive strides in saving lives. More than 2,200 patients have been discharged back to home just from my hospital. Many potential breakthrough treatments are being tried.

As the Japanese Medical Society of America, we’re sharing our most current experience with our colleagues in Japan and Japanese communities across the world to help them cope with this pandemic. In addition to our posts, please see below links to some of recent news media reports.

NHK World News • A New York Doctor:We are all ‘Covid Doctors’

NHK News7 ■コロナ・今のNYは未来の東京?CA vs NY  (4/11 N7)


Robert T. Yanagisawa, M.D.

President, The Japanese Medical Society of America
Professor of Medicine, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York
Visiting Professor, Tokyo Women’s Medicine University
Clinical Professor of Medicine, Tohoku University School of Medicine