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Can Inhaled Artificial Antibodies be a Coronavirus Treatment?

AeroNabs SARS-CoV-2 antiviral nanobodies in a nebulizer

The next big coronavirus treatment breakthrough might just arrive as an inhaler or nasal spray!

Researchers have developed an inhalable artificial coronavirus antibody that they say “straitjackets” the SARS-CoV-2 virus! In laboratory test conditions, the artificial antibodies have been shown to conclusively impede COVID-19’s ability to infect.

These early tests, they say, suggest that the new therapy is potent and powerful enough to merit clinical trials.

The objective is to make the product directly available to consumers, possibly even as an over-the-counter preventative measure.

The researchers claim that the inhalable COVID prophylaxis/treatment could be ready for public release in “a matter of months.”

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