Donated plasma benefits COVID-19 patients in small U.S. study


Patients with severe COVID-19 given plasma from someone who recovered from the disease were more likely to stabilize or need less oxygen support than other similar hospital patients, according to results of a small U.S. study released on Friday. (Reuters US News) More More

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