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Volume - 2

Letter to Editor

Neuroscience and Game Theory Can Support COVID-19 Pandemic Response by Predicting Social Decision-Making

Ebrahimi F* and Gharibzadeh S
Dear Editor, COVID-19 is a global pandemic virus that represents a massive health crisis. While efforts to develop pharmaceutical interventions for it are underway, the social and behavioral sciences can provide useful insights for managing the pandemic and its impacts [1]. Therefore, it is necessary for health officials and legislators...

Original Article

Five Key Issues for Assessment of Mass Masking Effects in COVID-19

Daviran E* and Gharibzadeh S
Covid-19 disease is currently recognized as the most important global crisis. Despite the lack of a definitive treatment for it, it may be possible to prevent its rapid spread by using personal protective equipment. Among of them, the face mask has been introduced more importantly than other ones. Complying with World Health Organization (WHO), the governments follow the mass masking policy. No researches have been comprehensively done about advantages and disadvantages of face mask in various conditions....


Vaccine: Life-Saving or Killing

Balali R* and Gharibzadeh S
Corona-viruses (CoV) are a large family of viruses that cause illnesses ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS-CoV). A novel corona-virus (nCoV) is a new strain that has not been previously identified in humans [1]. COVID-19 symptoms include fever, cough, myalgia, and fatigue. Patients may initially experience diarrhea and nausea a few days before the fever. A small number of patients may also have headaches, hemoptysis, or be relatively asymptomatic [2]....

Letter to Editor

The Effects of COVID-19 on Cancer Progression and Metastasis in Bone

Tran MT*
Dear Editor, The outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) that began in China in late 2019 has been of global concern. In fact, the Covid-19 pandemic has affected many countries with repercussions beyond the healthcare systems. In the context of cancer, although analytical data will be required, numerous studies have identified that the cancer patients immunocompromised are likely to be more susceptible to Coronavirus infection than non-cancer individuals immunosuppressed...