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Curing with blood: the rise and fall of COVID convalescent plasma therapy

By Andrew McLachlan, Head of School and Dean of Pharmacy, University of Sydney
Sophie Stocker, Senior Lecturer, Sydney Pharmacy School, University of Sydney
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Plasma therapy sounded great at the start of the pandemic. Give COVID patients blood plasma from people who had recovered. But the evidence is in. It doesn’t work.

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