Burioni’s lesson: that’s why we don’t have a cure for Covid

Burioni’s lesson: that’s why we don’t have a cure for Covid
Burioni’s lesson: that’s why we don’t have a cure for Covid

Fabio Fazio’s guest virologist at “Che tempo che fa” on Rai Tre

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“Why don’t we have a cure for the virus that causes Covid but why don’t we have a cure for viruses that we have known for 70 years like those that cause measles, polio, mumps, rubella, hepatitis A? We don’t even have a cure for the cold virus, why is it so difficult? To understand this, it is necessary to understand how a cure against an infectious disease works when there is an infectious disease. We have on the one hand the host that the man is the patient and on the other hand there is the infectious agent the virus the bacterium. This is why the cure against the infection works, you need to have something that is conceptually a selective poison, something that kills the bacterium or hinders the virus but does not harm the patient otherwise obviously it is not usable “. At ‘Che tempo che fa’, broadcast on Rai Tre, the usual lesson of the virologist Roberto Burioni.

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October 17, 2021 – Updated October 17, 2021, 10:14 pm

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