Can coronavirus survivors' blood help others too weak to fight?
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SAN JOSE, Calif. — Elle Wohlmuth’s blood is rich in immune cells that waged war, and won, against the coronavirus.They protected her. Could they help someone else?Volunteers in a desperate new treatment strategy, Wohlmuth and other COVID-19 survivors are donating their virus-fighting antibodies at Bay Area blood banks in an effort to save those who are less lucky.Last week, their cells were shipped to critically ill patients in California and Midwestern hospitals.“I have the ability to give back in a unique and unprecedented way,” said 27-year-old Wohlmuth, a San Francisco resident whose brief...

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