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Plasma therapy safe for children with severe Covid-19: Study

Plasma therapy safe for children with severe Covid-19: Study

🕔17:34, 9.Sep 2020

New York, Sep 9  In a major study, researchers have shown that convalescent plasma appears to be a safe and possibly effective treatment for children with life-threatening cases of Covid-19. To date, no therapies have been proven safe and effective

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Plasma therapy safe and effective for Covid patients: Study

Plasma therapy safe and effective for Covid patients: Study

🕔19:14, 13.Aug 2020

New York, Aug 13  In an ongoing study of more than 300 Covid-19 patients treated with convalescent plasma therapy in the US, researchers suggest that the treatment is safe and effective. The study, published in the American Journal of Pathology,

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World’s largest Plasma Therapy trial centre launched in Maharashtra

World’s largest Plasma Therapy trial centre launched in Maharashtra

🕔20:40, 29.Jun 2020

Mumbai, June 29 In a major initiative to counter the Covid-19 pandemic, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Monday inaugurated ‘Project PLATINA’ – India’s first and the world’s largest – Plasma Therapy Trial Centre in Nagpur. “This trial centre will

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Delhi Health Minister’s condition improves after plasma therapy

Delhi Health Minister’s condition improves after plasma therapy

🕔19:32, 20.Jun 2020

New Delhi, June 20  Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain’s health condition has improved after receiving the plasma therapy, doctors treating him in the city’s Max hospital said on Saturday. On Friday, the 55-year-old leader’s health deteriorated after he developed pneumonia

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Plasma therapy safe, effective for severe Covid-19 patients: Study

Plasma therapy safe, effective for severe Covid-19 patients: Study

🕔15:40, 3.Jun 2020

New York, June 3  A new trial has found that convalescent plasma therapy is a safe treatment option for patients with severe Covid-19 synptoms, say researchers as globally the coronavirus infection has affected over 6 lakh people and at least

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