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2021 Crick translation prize goes to COVID-19 clinical study team

The Crick's annual Sir David Cooksey Prize in Translation has been awarded to the team behind a study examining whether Dornase alfa could reduce inflammation in the lungs of COVID-19 patients.
23 Dec 2021
United Kingdom
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