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Towards an Enhanced Understanding of the Neurological and Neuropsychiatric Complications of COVID-19: NeuroCOV Project Releases New Video

Long-term complications of COVID-19 on the brain are recognised in patients across all age groups and independent of infection severity. Symptoms of such neurological deficits are diverse and include concentration problems, memory lapses, brain scan alterations, and parkinsonism. Called NeuroCOVID, this phenomenon has profound implications, posing unprecedented risks to both society and healthcare systems.

The EU-funded NeuroCOV project, committed to advancing our knowledge of NeuroCOVID and establishing the groundwork for personalised therapies, has released a new video to raise awareness about the consortium's efforts. This video encapsulates the project’s mission and approach through the story of Marta, a fictional character struggling with NeuroCOVID symptoms.

Explore the clip on our homepage and on YouTube.

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