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Aust scientist’s new hope in COVID battle – St George and Sutherland Shire Leader

The world should know in about a year if it has a new drug to help ward off coronavirus deaths. Former Australian of the Year Ian Frazer is the co-founder of…

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The world should know in about a year if it has a new drug to help ward off coronavirus deaths.
Former Australian of the Year Ian Frazer is the co-founder of Implicit Bioscience, a Brisbane and US-based company behind a potential treatment for the virus.
The drug, called IC14, has already shown great promise in controlling a severe immune-system response that frequently kills COVID-19 patients.
Two US trials will assess its efficacy.
One will look at the drug’s capacity to prevent hospitalised coronavirus…

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