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    Default Relationship between blood type and outcomes following COVID-19 infection

    Young Kim,a Christopher A. Latz,a Charles S. DeCarlo,a Sujin Lee,a C. Y. Maximilian Png,a Pavel Kibrik,b Eric Sung,a Olamide Alabi,c and Anahita Duaa,
    Published online 2021 Jul 18

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    Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, a concentrated research effort has been undertaken to elucidate risk factors underlying viral infection, severe illness, and death. Recent studies have investigated the association between blood type and COVID-19 infection. This article aims to comprehensively review current literature and better understand the impact of blood type on viral susceptibility and outcomes.

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    Default Re: Relationship between blood type and outcomes following COVID-19 infection

    This is fascinating. My blood type is A- and my roommate's is O-. Neither one of us has gotten sick. This is not proof of anything, but it does add some information to the mix.

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    Default Re: Relationship between blood type and outcomes following COVID-19 infection

    I didn't realise until recently that there were advantages to having my blood type - Rh 0 negative. It certainly wasn't an advantage when I was pregnant, as my husband was Rh positive. Luckily, there was a brand new treatment which involved an injection 72 hours after giving birth which avoided complications with the next baby.
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    Are these bloodtype test results just coincidental, and fly in the face of other questionable blood type health issue results??? https://www.hawkeshealth.net/communi...+type+debunked

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    Default Re: Relationship between blood type and outcomes following COVID-19 infection

    Big difference between theory and large studies.

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