Horse plasma could hold a key to COVID-19 treatment
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Many countries have approved the use of plasma from COVID-19 survivors as a treatment. But in Argentina scientists are looking into something else. They’ve developed a serum from antibodies produced by horses. It’s said to have the ability to reduce the severity of effects caused by the new disease.
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