Zoom News : Mar 23, 2022, 07:19 AM
For the first time in the world, anti-Covid-19 vaccine has been claimed to treat infection. Scientists at Cadriff University in Wales said that the infected were given a total of two doses of Pfizer, due to which he completely recovered from the corona in 72 days.A case report published in the Medical Journal of Clinical Immunology states that Ian Lester, a resident of Pontypridd, Wales, was confirmed to have a corona infection in December 2020. It took about eight months for 37-year-old Ian to make a full recovery. In August 2021, he was declared completely free from Corona. During this he was suffering from chest tightness, headache and extreme fatigue.Scientists say Ian is born with a rare genetic immunodeficiency disease. Such people are more vulnerable to infection. It also prevents the formation of blood clots. Dr. Mark Ponsford, who was part of the team of doctors who treated Lester, described the time when Ian's final corona negative report came as a very surprising moment.Dr. Mark Ponsford said that after loss of taste and smell, Ian first reported this to the Immunology Center at the University Hospital of Wales. It was here that he was being treated for Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome since childhood.rapid antibody formationScientists said, the rapid production of antibodies from Pfizer's vaccine, which were much stronger than naturally occurring antibodies. The vaccine also increased T-cell levels. Professor Stephen Joles from the Center for Immunology said, "We wondered whether the vaccine could help eliminate the virus by inducing a stronger immune response within the body. The scientists did not explain how quickly the patient's body responded to the vaccine.Those eight months were very painfulLester was treated at home. He said, 'I had given up hope that I would be able to recover someday. Because, every Kovid-19 test was coming positive, which was being done every 10-14 days. In the meantime, my doctors advised the use of treatment with vaccines. Whereas vaccines are usually given after the infection is free.