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National Task Force, JMG will decide on continuing plasma therapy for treatment of Covid patients: ICMR

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He said that plasma therapy has been used for more than 100 years now in some form or the other for various virus infections. It was used during ebola and it was also being used amid the Covid-19 pandemic. "Having said that whether it benefits or not is being studied," the ICMR director general said. Referring to the findings of the ICMR funded randomised controlled trial, Bhargava said this a pre-print version which is still undergoing peer review.
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