New Jersey Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman announced on January 11th that she had caught the coronavirus and was experiencing mild symptoms, days after being potentially exposed during the Capitol insurrection. Hours later, she headed to a local hospital, on the advice of her doctor, for a monoclonal antibody therapy.
Monoclonal antibodies have proven one of the few treatments that may help slow or prevent the course of COVID-19. These proteins are made in a lab but mirror the protective armory made by your body’s immune system to fight off an infection. When given within the first ten days of