An Oversupply Of COVID Antibody Treatments? Multiple Monoclonal Products Raise Potential For Errors
As distribution of Regeneron’s monoclonal antibody treatment for coronavirus begins, OWS officials worry about provider confusion with Lilly’s product due to differences in preparation and administration.
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