Women outside a bar in Manchester, England. A new study said men and women developed different types of immune responses to Covid-19. File photo: AP Women outside a bar in Manchester, England. A new study said men and women developed different types of immune responses to Covid-19. File photo: AP
Women outside a bar in Manchester, England. A new study said men and women developed different types of immune responses to Covid-19. File photo: AP

Women may mount stronger immune response to coronavirus, study suggests

  • New study said men and women developed different types of immune responses to Covid-19
  • This could imply that they need different treatments

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Women outside a bar in Manchester, England. A new study said men and women developed different types of immune responses to Covid-19. File photo: AP Women outside a bar in Manchester, England. A new study said men and women developed different types of immune responses to Covid-19. File photo: AP
Women outside a bar in Manchester, England. A new study said men and women developed different types of immune responses to Covid-19. File photo: AP
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