An incredibly valuable lesson I've learned from Chaim [Lebovitz] during this pandemic, "Don't waste your time asking 'Why?' and 'How?, rather ask yourself 'Why not?', and 'How soon?'"
You were so reassuring, you held us through the process. We were terrified about COVID and got it. We B’H got treatment and within 24 hours felt so much better. Hashem should bench you and your family with every bracha!
Thank you again for all your help last night I think that this morning the medicine is already working!
It is important to understand that one cannot say that therapy is beneficial unless it has been shown to be beneficial in a proper trial. At the same time, the COVID Plasma Initiative (CPI) group in New York has sent 1,000 high-risk patients for monoclonal antibody treatment over the past few weeks. According to the data which they have been collecting, fewer than 10 of the high-risk patients who had received this therapy have subsequently required hospitalization.
My grandparents ended up positive for Covid and both had monoclonal antibody treatment through Maimonides Hospital and were able to stay home and recover. Thank you so much.
Thanks so much for the lead and all your help! My husband went to Kimball (Monmouth Medical Center Southern Campus), hopefully, he will be able to get the antibody infusion. My grandmother had it last week -was amazing B'H!
Lady just called. She just wanted to say two words. Thank YOU. But not only for saving her own life, for saving her son, her husband, her first cousin. I had to pass this on…
I wanted to thank you for the very positive experience I had. I was quite ill with COVID and reached out to CPI. A devoted volunteer directed me to Richmond University Medical Center. I was taken great care of by Suma, who was so pleasant and professional. I got the monoclonal antibodies and the recovery started. I am feeling so much better now and appreciate the excellent experience.
My 97-year-old father-in-law got his monoclonal antibody outpatient treatment in Miami, FL. This was almost a week ago. He is still home, and his temperature and breathing are back to normal. Looking forward to celebrating 98 years next week, with G-d's help!
Just wanted to thank you for the referral to Richmond University Medical Center for monoclonal antibodies. My husband was in and out in four hours total. It was a simple and easy process and he already feels better today. He is dressed and at his desk learning daf yomi. Tizku l'mitzvos!
Dear Dr. LeBaron - we just wanted to thank you for the unbelievable experience we had yesterday at your ER. We sent our father in to receive the monoclonal antibody infusion, and we were so pleased with the treatment he got. PA Godick was both attentive and efficient, as were all the nurses and staff. Thank you for creating such a pleasant and professional atmosphere during such challenging times.
I want to thank the staff at Richmond University Medical Center. My mother-in-law went in for the monoclonal antibodies treatment on New Year’s Eve. The hospital ER was extremely busy and she was taken care of in an extremely timely fashion (she was in and out in 4.5 hrs., on a holiday no less!!). Thank you to PA Weinberger who treated her. I would like to give a shout-out to PA Godick who made sure that the process was as smooth as possible.
I want to thank you for your time and knowledge. I got the treatment and I am starting to feel better.
Thank you very much!