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UPMC researchers are developing a coronavirus immunity test

bizjournals Tuesday, 7 April 2020
Researchers at UPMC are working to develop a test for coronavirus immunity according to a report from WPXI. The blood test being developed at Pitt and in other labs across the country could identify people with little to no risk of being infected by the virus, and emergency room doctors like Allegheny Health Network physician Dr. Arvind Venkat said identifying those people is critical as reported by WPXI. β€œThat means that those individuals, who have immunity can then go back to work, or can be…
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UPMC researchers are close to developing a test that can show those at little to no risk of contracting the virus.

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