Covid-19 roundup: Carl June on having Covid-19 and his plan to treat it; NIH preaches caution; 2 new vaccines enter clinic
Carl June had Covid-19. Now he’s trying to figure out how the world can treat it.
In an interview with the Philadelphia Inquirer, the CAR-T pioneer and University of Pennsylvania immunologist revealed that he had been sick with a “mild to moderate” case of the virus for 3 weeks. Now recovered, he is trying to donate his plasma and he has some thoughts about how the biomedical community should pursue new treatments.
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