Doctor claims cancer drug could see huge breakthrough in fighting off Covid pandemic

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Doctor claims cancer drug could see huge breakthrough in fighting off Covid pandemic

Professor Nadir Arber appeared on Sky News on Monday morning from Tel Aviv to discuss the coronavirus treatment breakthrough. He insisted the new t

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Professor Nadir Arber appeared on Sky News on Monday morning from Tel Aviv to discuss the coronavirus treatment breakthrough. He insisted the new trial vaccine was “easy to produce” and could be administered simply via inhalation. He added that the Israeli drug had been successful in initial trials and insisted that the treatment was “safe.” The drug fights a potentially lethal overreaction within the immune system called the “cytokine storm” which many scientists believe to be responsible for many Covid-Related deaths.

The professor told Sky News: “Our drug can be given my inhalations three or four minutes a day for five days,

“It is easy to produce the drug effectively, efficiently, rapidly and at a low cost.”

Quizzed on the results of trails into the new drug, Professor Arber replied: “I can definitely say and declare that the drug is safe.”

“We have not seen any side effects,” he added.

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