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For centuries now, humans have been chasing a cure for the common cold, but it’s seemed so entirely out of our grasp, it’s become modern medicine's version of pigs flying.
But maybe we don’t need a cure after all, because an Austrian scientist has just registered a patent for a common cold vaccine, and says it could be on the market in less than a decade.
Before we get ahead of ourselves here, let’s be clear that a patent application in no way guarantees that Rudolf Valenta, an allergy expert at the Medical University of Vienna, has the most viable candidate out there for a common cold vaccine.
But what it does suggest is that Valenta, who’s been investigating preventative measures for cold and allergy symptoms for decades, thinks he’s onto something big, and is confident that he now knows how to block the notorious human rhinovirus for good. "Nice !!! 💖 Follow me science_addict_insta for more 💗
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