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Antibody-rich plasma treatment reduced deaths for COVID-19 patients: Mayo Clinic study – New York Post

Blood plasma transfusions with high concentrations of COVID-19 antibodies reduced deaths among some virus patients, according to a new study conducted by Mayo Clinic…

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Blood plasma transfusions with high concentrations of COVID-19 antibodies reduced deaths among some virus patients, according to a new study conducted by Mayo Clinic researchers, lending credibility to one of the few known treatments for the illness.
Early administration of high-titer convalescent plasma against SARS-CoV-2 to mildly ill infected older adults reduced the progression of Covid-19, the researchers concluded.
The study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine Wednesday,…

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