How a tiny Swiss lab and two old blood samples created one of the only effective drugs against Omicron (and why we have so little of it)

Exactly a decade before a novel coronavirus broke out in Wuhan, Davide Corti — a newly-minted immunologist with frameless glasses and a quick laugh — walked into a cramped lab on the top floor of an office building two hours outside Zurich. He had only enough money for two technicians...

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