SCAI, along with 75 other medical societies, recently signed a letter urging Congress to be more active in enhancing our understanding and ensuring adequate resources for “Long COVID”, i.e. post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection (PASC). The letter was distributed to Members of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce and Senate HELP Committee.

While there are many unknowns with PASC, it is clear that a sizable number of the population is being impacted by this condition. SCAI partnered with the American Academy of Neurology (ANN) on this issue. Providing a national spotlight on this issue will help continue the national dialogue with leading experts, ensure that progress is being made on key priorities, and identify areas for continued federal investment.

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