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“Before the coronavirus outbreak, Dr. Lindy Fox, a dermatologist in San Francisco, used to see four or five patients a year with chilblains — painful red or purple lesions that typically emerge on fingers or toes in the winter.

Over the past few weeks, she has seen dozens.

“All of a sudden, we are inundated with toes,” said Dr. Fox, who practices at the University of California, San Francisco. “I’ve got clinics filled with people coming in with new toe lesions. And it’s not people who had chilblains before — they’ve never had anything like this.”

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Emma (Ph.D., Founder, PurSolutions)

Emma (Ph.D., Founder, PurSolutions)

Hello world! I'm Emma, a Cell Biologist living in Nashville, TN with experience in biomedical research (Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University), biotech start-ups (co-founder of PurSolutions, LLC), and precision medicine (program specialist at Sarah Cannon, the cancer institute of HCA Healthcare).

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