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Old 06-01-20, 09:02 PM
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Antibody trial

Eli Lilly launches first human trial of experimental antibody COVID-19 treatment derived from blood of survivor that works by 'neutralizing' the virus

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/a...treatment.html
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Coronavirus May Be a Blood Vessel Disease, Which Explains Everything

https://elemental.medium.com/coronav...g-2c4032481ab2
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Yeah, I saw that. I am not sure that it follows that the virus itself is in the blood vessels, but if it is, then neutralizing antibodies could help.
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It is just one of the possible explanation of the disease.
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Antibody breakthrough raises hopes of Covid help for vulnerable

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Sorrento Reports It Has a Second Potential Antidote for COVID-19

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An article summarizing progress with antibody treatments.

There are a number of trials underway, some look promising, there may be problems manufacturing some of these
Which candidates will look the most successful? Keep in mind that success has several parts – efficacy against the virus, first of all, but also number of doses needed and the total amount of the actual agent that is being dosed. That, as mentioned above, is directly tied to manufacturing capacity. We could end up having to go with a slightly less efficacious treatment that can treat many more patients (and potential patients) versus a better one that has to be given at (say) five times the dose and would thus exceed the human race’s current capacity to produce it. Or versus a better-looking one (remember, these will be on limited data sets!) whose mode of production is just intrinsically more difficult. There will also be considerations about storage and shipment, stability of the production method, and many more: it’s going to be a hard call with a lot of variables involved.

Get ready for it later this summer and this fall, because this could get messy. There are surely going to be a lot of twists and turns, sudden reversals and surprises, and we should brace ourselves for the white water ahead. I think we’re going to come out of it with some real therapies – I really am optimistic about that – but there’s almost no way that it’s going to be a smooth process. . .
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Regeneron begins human testing:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/a...-cocktail.html
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The article states Sinovac's vaccine is ready to move to phase 3 clinical testing. The article is saying the seroconversion rate is above 90%.

Take the article with a grain of salt. Nothing is proven until phase 3 is complete.

https://nypost.com/2020/06/16/chines...ising-results/
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Startling images reveal coronavirus forming tentacles in cells. It may help identify new treatments.

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Yeah, I saw that. I am not sure that it follows that the virus itself is in the blood vessels, but if it is, then neutralizing antibodies could help.
I read a few weeks ago that they had found evidence of both the virus attacking the blood vessels themselves and traveling via blood throughout the body and showing up in weird places.
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Experimental coronavirus vaccine from Pfizer triggered levels of antibodies up to THREE TIMES greater than those seen in recovered patients, early data shows

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/a...-patients.html
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US government signs $450 million contract with Regeneron to manufacture its coronavirus antibody treatment as the drugmaker enters final rounds of human trials

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/a...9-therapy.html
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Vaccines and treatments in development.

The lifeline pipeline
https://graphics.reuters.com/HEALTH-...prz/index.html
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Virus tricks the body into attacking brain; common heartburn drugs linked to coronavirus risk

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Low-income NYC neighborhoods could be protected in second coronavirus wave after one of the hardest-hit suburbs in Queens tests 68% positive for antibodies - and experts say wealthy, white communities could be vulnerable


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Century-old BCG vaccine used to eradicate tuberculosis DOES 'reduce the chance of death from Covid-19', study confirms

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