At this time last year, if we’d asked you to name a scientist, what might you have said? “Umm…” C’mon, we’d respond. No Googling. “Albert Einstein,” you’d eventually offer. Maybe a little more head-scratching would also have conjured Watson and Crick, or Galileo and Newton. Double bonus points if you’d come up with Marie Curie […]
What are the chances that using plasma transfusion from COVID-19 survivors will work in treating the critically ill?
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From Ebola to the common cold, the old standby advice still prevails.