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Flawed body of research indicates true 'long COVID' risk likely exaggerated, says new study

  • The prevalence of long COVID may have been exaggerated due to flawed research and imprecise definitions, leading to unnecessary anxiety among individuals.
  • The scientific literature on long COVID included overly broad definitions, lack of control groups, and methodological flaws, which likely overestimated the condition's true threat.
  • Researchers emphasize the need for better case definitions, more stringent criteria, and inclusion of continuous symptoms after confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection to accurately identify long COVID.
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