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The plasma of COVID-19 survivors might help the world fight coronavirus
Vural Özdemir writes: An application was filed with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration by a team at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore to test the plasma obtained from consenting COVID-19 survivors’ blood. If proven safe and effective, it is of broad interest to Turkey and the world for COVID-19 prevention and treatment until vaccines and drugs become available. Results may be available as early as summer 2020.
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