“As a doctor, I would not be satisfied with many people and especially the frail and overexposed to have the vaccine as the ultimate panacea for all ills: I also need to know if these people responded to the vaccine”. Massimo Galli, director of the infectious diseases department of the Sacco hospital in Milan, a guest of Agorà, said this on Raitre. “To find out – underlined Galli – I should have an agility in the use of tests that are not just a patrimony in the hands of private individuals. As a doctor I want to have this possibility in the public and guaranteed. Because I need to know if the gentleman who has a serious problem of immunosuppression has answered or not to the vaccine to be able to regulate what I have to do with him. Or if colleague X or Y has answered or not because unfortunately – he concluded – a certain slice of people even in perfect good health may not have responded to the vaccine. ”
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