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Researchers Radboudumc find no Covid-19 cytokine storm

It has been thought that a cytokine storm contributes to disease severity in patients with COVID-19. Following the measurement of several important cytokines in patients with COVID-19 and various other severe diseases, researchers at Radboud university medical center now show that COVID-19 is not characterized by a cytokine-storm. This may have consequences for the treatment of these patients, the researchers write in JAMA.

 

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