Now UK Scientists Find Antibody Treatment for Coronavirus

Written by Sarah Knapton

Researchers studying blood of those who fought off Sars to see how they did so make potentially crucial find.

A powerful antibody which could neutralise coronavirus has been discovered by British scientists in the blood of a patient who recovered from Sars, offering hope of a treatment.

Researchers at the Diamond Light Source, a super-powerful x-ray machine in Harwell, Oxfordshire, have been studying the blood of those who fought off Sars to see if they could find how they had done so.

Coronavirus is a type of Sars and shares many of the same features as the older virus, which caused an epidemic between 2002 and 2004.

In one recovered patient, scientists found a potent antibody – a small molecule which attaches to a foreign invader such as a virus and flags it up to the immune system so it can be destroyed.

Further tests showed it is even better at attaching to coronavirus than to Sars.

Read more at www.telegraph.co.uk

[PSI Editor’s note: The above can be added to the four other medically backed treatments as shown here: principia-scientific.org/these-are-the-drugs-being-tested-in-fight-against-coronavirus/]


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    Brian James

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    Mar 19, 2020 COVID-1984: A Global 9/11

    This report exposes the current censorship campaign by the social media giants who are working in lock step with governments and global institutions taking a page directly from the Event 201 global pandemic exercise simulating a coronavirus outbreak.

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    rick

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    Huh? We know few if any drugs are currently available. In human history, convalescent human serum therapy or antibody therapy has been use with some good success – run it up the flag-pole and see who salutes as they say. It worked for some in 1918 – let’s do some apheresis with today’s technology and give it a shot

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