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Two Coronavirus patients in ICU taken off ventilators days after taking experimental HIV/breast cancer drug

Two Coronavirus patients in ICU taken off ventilators days after taking experimental HIV/breast cancer drug
After receiving an experimental drug used to treat HIV and breast cancer, two coronavirus patients in New York City have been taken off ventilators and are out of intensive care according to reports.

The World Health organization, Private and corporate pharmaceutical companies all over the world are fighting day and night to develop the right vaccine to tackle Coronavirus that has killed thousands globally, but while the search goes on, doctors are using specific drugs already in the market that could help fight the virus.

According to a report by Daily Mail UK, the drug, leronlimab used to treat Breast cancer and HIV, was delivered by injection twice in the abdomen to seven critically ill coronavirus patients, and out of the seven, two were removed from ventilators and two showed significant improvement.

According to the report not yet approved by the WHO or FDA, studies suggest that leronlimab calms the overly aggressive immune response — known as a cytokine storm — that frequently leads to lung inflammation, pneumonia and potentially death of coronavirus patients.




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