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Blood Type May Hint At How Hard You Get Hit With Coronavirus, Study Says

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Blood Type May Hint At How Hard You Get Hit With Coronavirus, Study Says

Blood Type May Hint At How Hard You Get Hit With Coronavirus, Study Says

A study says your blood type may hint at your risk for coronavirus; KDKA's Dr. Maria Simbra reports.


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