New clues to the biology of long COVID are starting to emerge

Posted by on November 12, 2021 5:00 am
Categories: US National Stories

Kelly LaDue, of Ontario, N.Y., was working as a nurse when she got COVID-19 and recovered. But a year later, she

Scientists have begun to find abnormalities in the immune systems of some long-COVID patients that might help explain the syndrome, at least in some people. But there is still much more to learn.

(Image credit: Kelly LaDue)

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