Leronlimab is broadly acting on the immune system but operates in a golden space that still allows the immune system to function properly.
Thank you ohm. So well put. Everything about the molecule seems so perfect. It's size, the way it effectively blocks CCR5, but yet allows some of its functions to still occur.
The way it allows the immune system to continue to develop an immune response, but shuts down inflammation.
The way it allows a patient to heal and develop a robust immune response, without the requirement of living through the severe symptoms of many infectious diseases.
The way it functions as a complete blockade to HIV making it virtually impossible for the virus to enter the cell.
There are so many more things that can be discussed, but for this reason, the renaming to Livimmune really makes sense, as with its administration, the patient is given the chance to Live, while developing his/her immunity to the disease.