Monoclonal antibody Treatment


Monoclonal Antibody Treatment: Antibodies are proteins that people’s bodies make to fight viruses, such as the virus that causes COVID-19. Antibodies made in a laboratory act a lot like natural antibodies to limit the amount of virus in your body. They are called monoclonal antibodies.

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If you have tested positive for COVID-19

Please contact your medical provider or call us at 866.682.4842 for more information.

URGENT UPDATE: 3/22/2021

Due to the recommendation from the CDPH, GVHC is currently postponing our Monoclonal Antibody Therapy Treatments. This hold is due to federal concerns of decreased clinical effectiveness with new emerging COVID-19 variants.
At this time GVHC is working closely with the CDPH to acquire a new recommended infusion therapy. We do not currently have a timeframe when this will be available.
We would like to thank you for your continued patience as well as remind you to please wear a mask, wash your hands, and continue to physical distance to avoid being exposed to COVID-19.

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