Coronavirus Antibodies Common After Infection — But Not Often Protective

New data suggest it may be vaccine or bust.

In what seems like 10 years ago, but was actually just 6 weeks ago, I said this:

“This is COVID that allows us to open up more quickly, assuming antibodies are protective, which, let’s be honest, if they aren’t we’re sort of screwed no matter…

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F. Perry Wilson, MD MSCE

F. Perry Wilson, MD MSCE

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Medicine, science, statistics. Associate Professor of Medicine at Yale University. New book “How Medicine Works and When it Doesn’t” for pre-order now.