For the last two decades, I have put all my efforts into serving the general public’s health, either from a managerial position such as General Manager of RomGerMed and Saint Lukas Hospital or from a more entrepreneurial perspective.
In this respect, starting with 2009, Romanian expecting families can store in Denmark, Germany, or the UK the young stem cells (hematopoietic & mesenchymal) collected at the birth of their children. Such a medical service is available via Stem Sure, the first Western stem cells company to come to Romania and still the only company to offer stem cells transplants in Romania; I was able to build up this enterprise with support from my partner, Gabriel Stanciu, CEO Alstom Transport Romania, Bulgaria and the Republic of Moldova.
A few years later, in 2013, I have founded the first Romanian medical media platform, “Doctor MIT” (Doctor MYTH), which busts all the terrible medical myths we have come to believe in and also promotes the best medical services and health-related products I can get my hands on.
In case that your company might be interested into promoting its services / products with the help of Doctor MIT, here you may find all the relevant statistic and commercial data about Doctor MIT platform.
Five years later, starting with 2018, following the idea of my partner, H.E. Mr. Roberto Musneci, the Ambassador of the Sovereign Order of Malta in Romania, Doctor MIT offers Romanians the only progenitor cells treatment for big burns, arthrosis, or rejuvenation. Rigenera, the autologous / homologous micrografting technology, has been invented in Italy, has NATO DNA, and, apart from its standard applications, is being used for tissue research by ESA (European Space Agency).
For the last couple of years, I provide scientific information to the Romanian public via Stiinta&Tehnica Magazine, the most prestigious science magazine in Romania. In its +70 years of uninterrupted existence, Stiinta&Tehnica has inspired millions to become scientists and has provided reliable information. As the Medical Editor of the magazine, I am also a guarantor of such, and I invite you all to join the S&T community.
COVID-19 vaccines workshop follow up
Below you may find the list of questions that you have sent before the workshop. In the following days we will add the list of the questions that have been addressed during the workshop.
- Which allergies are not compatible with the vaccine?
- What are the risks of the AstraZeneca vaccine if your immune system is not very strong/ your physical condition is low?
- What’s the difference in the vaccines, how are they made?
- Will in the future Covid vaccinations be given on a yearly basis like the influenza shot?
- Will the Covid vaccine be less effective if the time between the two shots is 6 weeks?
- Both doses have to be of the same vaccine?
- Why do I have to wear a mask if I have been vaccinated?
- Is it true that if you have had Covid you don’t need both doses?
- How hard is it to adapt the different vaccines to the mutations?
- Will we all need booster vaccinations and how often?
- Is there new findings about vaccinated people still spreading the virus?
- If you had Covid – how long are you protected to get infected again?
- Can you be vaccinated anyway? How much later should it be done?
- How long does it take after the FIRST shot until protection is build up?
- Can it be quantified in %?
- What do the latest studies say about extending the time until giving the 2nd vaccination (12 weeks instead of 8 weeks or more): would the immunisation be higher and how high would the maximal protection be?
- Can different vaccines be combined? For example after being vaccinated twice with Astra Zeneca would it be possible to get a booster shot in autumn with a Pfizer vaccine that has been adapted to the mutations? Obviously the Pfizer vaccine can be adapted to the mutations more easily than Astra Zeneca, right?
- Are you protected already between the first and the second shot?
- How long does it take after the second shot to get max protection?
- Are there new findings about how long the immunisationmight last?
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Q&A session starts at 11’28’’.
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GOOD TO KNOW ABOUT COVID-19 VACCINATION IF YOU ARE NOT A ROMANIAN CITIZEN
Starting with the 15th of March, Romania enters Phase 3 – the vaccination is opened to the general public in general. Non Romanian citizens that own a CNP (Cod Numeric Personal – Personal Identification Number) document can already start registering at:
Please note that this is a first step into registering in the Romanian National COVID-19 Platform. Once this has been accomplished, you can book an appointment to get vaccinated from 15th of March onwards.