Mucormycosis: The 'black fungus' maiming Covid patients in India
Doctor believe mucormycosis, which has an overall mortality rate of 50%, may be being triggered by the use of steroids, a life-saving treatment for severe and critically ill Covid-19 patients.
And, wonder why:
It's thought that this drop in immunity could be triggering these cases of mucormycosis.
Anyone know of any other drug that might have been used instead that modulates the immune system, but does not suppress it?
It's on the tip of my tongue...
Oh, could Leronlimab maybe have helped calm the storm without surpressing the immune system that allowed this fungus to blind and kill these people?
Why are the World's drug regulatory agencies so damn stupid?