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Have Australian researchers developed an effective COVID-19 treatment? Potentially, but we need to wait for human trials – The Conversation AU

While the results are very promising, it has only been tested in mice. Human clinical trials will take some time to complete before we know whether a drug could…



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The world is now 18 months into the COVID-19 pandemic and weve yet to find a single drug that can stop the virus. At best, we can treat the effects of the virus through oxygen therapy for those who cant breathe, and with drugs that reduce the inflammation associated with the infection.
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But an Australian-United States research team, led by Griffith Universitys Menzies Health Institute, have shown promising…

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