Authored by Mark Glennon via Wirepoints.org,
It’s perhaps the most effective way to save your life if you are infected with COVID-19, but probably the least known. It reduces the risk of even being hospitalized by 70% to 85%, though it must be administered early to be effective – within four days of infection. Lives probably are being lost unnecessarily because people don’t know about it.
It’s monoclonal antibody treatment, abbreviated as mAb. To the extent the public has any familiarity with it they, may know it as Regeneron, though that’s actually the name of the company that makes the leading treatment, REGEN-COV2, and there are several other mAbs from other makers.
Worth a look but embargoed in most of the nation, including Illinois.
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Reblogged this on Chicago Newspapers.
Lemme see, the thinking here is it’s OK to drive recklessly and have an accident because you have good insurance. The more mature choice is to drive carefully to avoid an accident. Getting the vaccine is akin to driving carefully. Before you have an accident.
To do justice to the argument, it’s rather avoiding Scylla entirely and steering enough away from Charybdis to make it through. Speaking here as a twice-vaxxed and so far, so good.