CCP Virus: lasting lung damage is found in a study

New research underscores the lasting toll the CCP virus can take on the lungs.

In one new study, 66 out of 70 patients hospitalized with coronavirus-caused pneumonia were left with tissue lesions indicative of chronic lung disease.

While we don’t yet know for certain, there’s a chance the damage is permanent. Similar damage was seen in the previous SARS and MERS outbreaks. But unlike those, which generally impaired a single lung, CCP-virus appears more likely to inflict both lungs right away.

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May. 14, 2020