Taking Down the Paywall
Heart Failure, Infection, & a Medical Brick Wall
My recent article—Heart Failure, Infection, & a Medical Brick Wall—generated a surprising amount of positive interest from the medical community, which I’m taking as a good sign because they’re usually a tough crowd. My thinking is that if I’m hearing from doctors about it, then this paywalled post should be made available free to everyone.
With heart failure being so common and dangerous, you’d think that we’re taught all about its many infectious causes in med school—Sadly, no—It’s not easy for folks to get this information all in one place. So I’m taking down its paywall—My Dad would definitely have approved of this decision.
If you know someone with heart failure of unknown etiology, please share ZeroSpin. Increasing awareness about these infections can make all the difference—I’ve had the honor of successfully treating about 100 heart failure patients with complete resolution of their disease—It’s my hope that other doctors will become interested in this topic.
For those of you who have generously opted-in for paid subscriptions, there will continue to be articles to which only you have access and it will continue to be the case that only you can post comments. And in the future, if there are situations where previously paywalled articles become free, you’ll always have access to it first. For founding members, I’ll continue to offer 2 free annual memberships for your friends and family upon sign-up, and there will be more perks coming your way in the future.
Thank you all. Heart Failure, Infection, & a Medical Brick Wall is now free for everyone.