In the News: Antibody treatments going unused in Washington state
February 07, 2021
KIRO 7's Linzi Sheldon takes a closer look at COVID-19 antibody treatments and why it's not widely being used in Washington state despite patients raving about the treatment. She spoke with two patients on how the antibody treatment was successful after being diagnosed with COVID-19.
From the story: “You’re kind of supercharging your body with the antibodies,” Overlake nursing supervisor Gordy Fields said. “The day that I could be around my family without my mask was Christmas morning and I got to hug my son for the first time in over 10 days. And it was the best Christmas because of that.”
Watch the full story here.