A fitness influencer who thought COVID-19 didnt exist has died at the age of 33 after contracting the virus on a trip to Turkey.Dmitriy Stuzhuk had been discharged from hospital in his native Ukraine after testing positive- but was rushed back as his health rapidly deteriorated.
To his one million subscribers, the 33-year-old appeared super-fit as he promoted sports and healthy living.
But his ex-wife and mother of his three children, Sofia Stuzhuk, 25, who announced his death, said coronaviru…
UK to back ‘human challenge’ COVID trials where volunteers are deliberately infected – 7NEWS.com.au
In ‘human challenge’ trials, young, healthy volunteers are deliberately infected with the virus. But is it safe?
Britain says it will back human challenge trials, where young and healthy volunteers are deliberately infected with COVID-19, to accelerate the development of vaccines for the disease.
The government said it would invest $A61.4 million in the studies in partnership with Imperial College London, laboratory and trial services company hVIVO and the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.
If approved by regulators and an ethics committee, the studies would start in January with results expected by…
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Covid-19 is no longer considered an exclusive respiratory illness by the scientific community. Intestines have emerged as another major hiding place for SARS-Co…
Is Covid-19 only a respiratory illness? This was the question that scientists asked months ago. Now, the researchers are wondering: Is Covid-19 primarily a respiratory illness? Are we testing in the right manner to diagnose Covid-19 or understand SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection correctly?
Covid-19 has a gut connection. It is no longer just a respiratory illness for scientists. An emerging volume of research suggests that Covid-19 is a multisystem illness with overlapping symptoms for a host of…
UK vaccine trials to infect volunteers – Seymour Telegraph
Britain says it will back “human challenge” trials, where young and healthy volunteers are deliberately infected with COVID-19, to accelerate the development of vaccines for the disease.The government said it would invest STG33.6 million ($A61.4 million) in the studies in partnership with Imperial College London, laboratory and trial services company hVIVO and the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.
If approved by regulators and an ethics committee, the studies would start in January with r…
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