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    Posted: November 30 2021 at 4:55pm
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ViQueen24-great article  thanks for posting the link !

Research for HIV-treatments by specialists for decades-colliding with the Wuhan SARS-2/CoViD-19 outbreak.....Monoclonal antibodies [url][/url] or monoclonal antibodies act through multiple mechanisms, such as blocking of targeted molecule functions, inducing apoptosis in cells which express the target, or by modulating signalling pathways.[48][49]

DJ, A leading researcher describing patients seeing effects within minutes after getting (intravenous) treatment may give an insight of how fast the [url][/url] or works...

In this case (the wiki-link does not give info on monoclonal antibody therapy and CoViD-19) the monoclonal antibodies do stop the virus from getting into the cells very fast...

Good video's to in the article-also on how long China will stick to "Zero-CoViD" (and why/how it choose to do so).  China has 80% of the population fully vaccinated and wants to get vaccination level even higher 85% (and-DJ then go for 90% -New Zealand also going for that kind of high level vaccination I believe). 

If an ADE-variant shows up - using antibodies/immune reaction-as way of spreading (and it may be just a matter of time...Omicron very unclear signs on immunity) then both vaccines and anti-body therapy may get challanged....

DJ-In my opinion China has a sort of economy the US did have during World War 2...The government/State has the final say...NOT the major companies...If companies get to big they have to break up. (Like [url][/url] or ; By 1911, with public outcry at a climax, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled, in Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey v. United States, that Standard Oil of New Jersey must be dissolved under the Sherman Antitrust Act and split into 34 companies.[51][52] Two of these companies were Standard Oil of New Jersey (Jersey Standard or Esso), which eventually became Exxon, and Standard Oil of New York (Socony), which eventually became Mobil; those two companies later merged into ExxonMobil.

China may be able to become the only country with both production capacity, knowledge and political motivation to end this pandemic. 

DJ; Production capacity, logistics decide who wins a war...motivation, human aspects the second main factor. 

Racism may "push" countries like China, South Africa to show "they can do better"....I did expect China to offer mobile hospitals + medicall staff to countries around the globe allready. In a recent China-Africa topmeeting (on-line) China did promiss Africa a billion vaccines (of wich 400 million to be made by Chinese companies in Africa). 

In my opinion China may be the only major player with a clear strategy...finding the right balance between dealing with this pandemic (top-priority in China...Xi also made fighting poverty a long term goal...) and keeping the economy going. 

From a democratic/Atlantic perspective I think we have to get a balance limiting power of major companies would give us a better democracy...Neo-liberalism is undermining democracy...becoming a dogmatic anti-democratic "pseudo religion"....Privitizing the NHS - in the UK - is just one of many signs neo-liberal/conservatism is putting us back to the 19th century...

We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.
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