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Post Date: 18th Jul, 2020 - 2:21pm / Post ID: #

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Type 1 interferon deficiency: Biomarker of patients at risk of severe COVID-19. Which patients are more likely to develop a severe form of COVID-19? In a new study, researchers describe a unique and unexpected immunological phenotype in severe and critical patients. Source 1i.

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Yes, a lot of patients are asymptomatic. Only a small percentage become severe and would need hospitalization. Fortunately, they don't have co morbid diseases. They are presently quarantined at home. Thank you!



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Coronavirus makes changes that cause cells not to recognize it. The novel coronavirus changes the appearance of its messenger RNA cap to trick the host cell into not recognizing it is foreign, according to a new study. Source 5j.

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The basis of immunity is for the anitbody to recognize an antigen (A part of the virus). If the body fails to detect it immediately, it could cause serious and grave effects before it can mount a defense. It's like an insider slowly destroying and sabotaging and you don't know who it is making it.



Post Date: 27th Jul, 2020 - 2:26pm / Post ID: #

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That's why it is so important to stay healthy and make sure that your body has all the nutrition it needs to fight off the invaders.



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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome a possible long-term effect of COVID-19, experts say. Terri Wilder became dreadfully ill in 2014, falling asleep immediately each day after she got home from work and laying in bed all weekend, recovering just enough to drag herself to work the next week. “I could barely raise my hand to hail a cab,” she said. After nearly two years, Wilder was diagnosed with… Source 1p.

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