Israeli COVID-19 cure 'could change the fate of humanity'


February 19, 2021

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets with Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center CEO Professor Ronni Gamzu (far left), Professor Nadir Arber, director of the EXO-CD24 research project and lab director Dr. Shiran Shapira on Feb. 8, 2021.

(JNS) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met on Monday at his office in Jerusalem with the head of the research project at the Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center (Ichilov Hospital), where an anti-coronavirus drug is being developed and has shown promising results.

"If this succeeds, it will be huge, simply huge," Netanyahu said to professor Nadir Arber about the new drug, called EXO-CD24, according to the Prime Minister's Office. "This is of global significance. This is amazing. I wish you success. If you need anything, say it and we will help you. This little thing could change the...

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