Benefit of the Common Cold? It May Prevent COVID

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This could mean that anyone who’s ever been infected by a common cold coronavirus — nearly everyone — may have some amount of immunity to COVID-19, according to infectious disease experts at the University of Rochester Medical Center in Rochester, N.Y.

Written by Newport Beach Compounding Center Staff

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