Angel Antibody

A universal flu vaccine just became a bit more possible. 

That’s big news as concern grows over when—not if—the next global pandemic will hit, and what strain it will be.
Researchers discovered a powerful antibody in a patient sample that proved effective against decades of flu strains in animal studies.
The trick: It “binds to the parts of the virus that never change.”

It also showed promise as a cure, proving effective even against strains resistant to the antiviral medication Tamiflu.
Of course, there’s much research to be done—including figuring out whether all humans can develop the 10G1 antibodies.
Deutsche Welle

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