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  ent plasma therapy was developed for COVID-19 treatment in China as an alternative when there is no specific drug or vaccine against the coronavirus. The promising treatment has been shared and further studied around the world.According to a study published in Cell on May 17, Chinese researchers have successfully identified multiple highly potent neutralizing antibodies against SARS-CoV-2, the vir

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t reopened the case on July 9, the provincial prosecutors suggested the court acquit Zhang based on insufficient evidence."After we reviewed the materials, we have found there is no direct evidence that can prove Zhang's conviction. So we accepted the prosecutors' suggestion and have declared Zhang innocent," said Tian Ganlin, the judge responsible for the case at the high court.He noted the acqui

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