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SAB Biotherapeutics: Therapeutic neutralized COVID-19

Sioux Falls-based SAB Biotherapeutics has confirmed that its treatment in development specifically for the virus that causes COVID-19 has produced antibodies that neutralized the virus in a way that’s four times as potent as using plasma from recovered patients.

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Avera begins allowing limited visitors

Avera Health is now allowing one visitor per patient per day in hospitals, surgery centers, emergency departments and clinics during regular visitor hours.

6 days ago

Sanford Health begins allowing some visitors

Sanford Health is changing its visitor policy after restricting them because of COVID-19.

1 week ago

Spring allergies — and how they differ from coronavirus

You’re not feeling quite right — but is it allergy season or COVID-19? This will help you sort through your symptoms.

1 week ago

CNN features SAB Biotherapeutics

The COVID-19 therapeutic being developed by Sioux Falls-based SAB Biotherapeutics has been featured in a CNN report.

2 weeks ago

When vision is critical: LASIK helps front-line responders be at their best

When lives are on the line, those on the front line need every advantage available. That starts with the best possible vision.

2 weeks ago

Inside the ICU: Front-line health care workers share experiences treating COVID-19

Come with us for a look at what it’s like caring for the sickest COVID-19 patients, through the eyes of front-line health care workers.

2 weeks ago

Sanford to participate in COVID-19 stem cell clinical trial

 Sanford Health is one of two places in the country that will begin treating some COVID-19 patients with umbilical cord stem cells as part of a first-of-its-kind clinical trial. 

2 weeks ago

What’s your ‘COVID age’? Sanford has calculator for that

Profile by Sanford and health care tech company Everist Health have unveiled a new screening system to determine the risk of complications for COVID-19.

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Balancing act: Avera resumes non-COVID services while caring for coronavirus patients

They expected a surge and instead have a steady but manageable flow of COVID-19 patients, so Avera is able to get back to offering more routine medical care.

2 weeks ago

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