After 300 days, Patient with a Weakened Immune System Clears COVID-19
Dahlene Fusco, MD, PhD, (pictured above) is one of the Tulane researchers who helped a patient clear the COVID-19 virus after 10 months. It took multidisciplinary experts in virology, immunology and pharmacy at Tulane University School of Medicine to help a cancer patient clear the COVID-19 virus from his immune system. The patient tested positive for COVID-19 for nearly 300 days and spent most of that time in isolation at a local hospital. Click to read more about this timely topic.
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