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AstraZeneca Shrugs Off COVID Antibody’s Inferiority In Therapy Setting, Sees Prevention As Main Role

Injection Cut Risk By 50%

Executive Summary

AstraZeneca’s anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibody product is unlikely to rival Regeneron or Vir/GSK’s offerings in mild-to-moderate patients, where Merck’s newly-submitted oral molnupiravir will also change treatment.

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