What Is Monoclonal Antibody Treatment? Already Used for Cancer, Some Want to Use It for COVID-19

Published Oct 7, 2020

What Is Monoclonal Antibody Treatment? Already Used for Cancer, Some Want to Use It for COVID-19

The President was given this treatment thanks to a program under which experimental drugs are made available while they are still in trials.

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