They don't go into a lot of detail, but I guess it worked for this lady.
As her condition worsened, a doctor on her case reached out to a neurologist in New York. They knew each other through Wright State University. That is where Dr. Tom Pitts went to medical school and completed his residency.
He now specializes in neuro immunological diseases.
“I have the honor of fighting off some of the most lethal and catastrophic autoimmune diseases in the world on a regular basis,” Pitts said.
He said COVID-19 is the most aggressive lung disease he has ever seen. However, by researching previous Coronaviruses, he came up with a plan to fight it.
“They found that people’s lungs were actually being attacked with something called the complement, which is part of the immune system,” Pitts said. “So I said ‘great, I have a complement inhibitor. It’s called Soliris, eculizumab.’”