Holy Name Medical Center is trying to create more scenes of coronavirus-recovered patients heading home. Some are the result of receiving investigational drugs – pharmaceuticals not made for COVID-19 but known to attack the effects of the virus. The FDA greenlights such drugs for clinical trials or individual compassionate use.
TEANECK, N.J. (Video from News 12 New Jersey via CNN) — A singer who was on tour in Europe when President Donald Trump began to close borders last month has returned to her former career as a nurse at a New Jersey hospital.
As they struggle with an onslaught of patients sickened by COVID-19, New Jersey’s hospitals are also reporting a significant drop in the number of people who show up with conditions not related to the virus behind the pandemic.
A New Jersey hospital is the first in the country to try a therapy on a coronavirus patient that utilizes cells from new moms. A 49-year-old patient is injected with placenta cells derived from a healthy live birth. old patient is injected with placenta cells derived from a healthy live birth.