Everyone Is Talking About Monoclonal Antibodies as Treatment For Reducing Risk of Symptomatic COVID — Is It an Option for Those With Cancer?

Published Jan 26, 2021

Everyone Is Talking About Monoclonal Antibodies as Treatment For Reducing Risk of Symptomatic COVID — Is It an Option for Those With Cancer?

There is a lot of talk around monoclonal antibodies and how they might be able to help those with COVID-19. While there is much to understand around how it works and if it's right for those fighting cancer, the outlook is positive.

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