A new coronavirus drug candidate is designed to neutralise the pathogen buut is not a vaccine. Photo: ReutersA new coronavirus drug candidate is designed to neutralise the pathogen buut is not a vaccine. Photo: Reuters
A new coronavirus drug candidate is designed to neutralise the pathogen buut is not a vaccine. Photo: Reuters

Glimmer of hope for coronavirus cure as Eli Lilly antibody drug trials advance

  • US pharma giant says candidate designed to neutralise pathogen, and has progressed to phase 3 trials
  • Company says the goal of the process is to treat and halt infection

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A new coronavirus drug candidate is designed to neutralise the pathogen buut is not a vaccine. Photo: ReutersA new coronavirus drug candidate is designed to neutralise the pathogen buut is not a vaccine. Photo: Reuters
A new coronavirus drug candidate is designed to neutralise the pathogen buut is not a vaccine. Photo: Reuters
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