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Study finds evidence points to answer why COVID-19 is so hard to treat – Catch News

Additionally, more frequent multi-organ impacts, and blood clots, and an unusual immune-inflammatory response not commonly associated with other, similar viruses,…

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Researchers at the Trinity College Dublin showed that a comprehensive review into what we know about COVID-19 and the way it functions suggests the virus has a unique infectious profile, which explains why it can be so hard to treat and why some people experience so-called ‘long-COVID’, struggling with significant health issues months after infection.
There is growing evidence that the virus infects both the upper and lower respiratory tracts – unlike ‘low pathogenic’ human coronavirus sub-species,…

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