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Melissa Cruz elevates her arm after donating COVID-19 convalescent plasma in April 2020 as phlebotomist Jenee Wilson shuts down the collection equipment at Bloodworks Northwest in Seattle. Karen Ducey/Getty Images hide caption

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Convalescent Plasma Strikes Out As COVID-19 Treatment

Infusing blood plasma from people who have recovered from COVID-19 into sick patients looks good on paper. But studies of the treatment haven't found benefits.

Melissa Cruz elevates her arm after donating COVID-19 convalescent plasma in April 2020 as phlebotomist Jenee Wilson shuts down the collection equipment at Bloodworks Northwest in Seattle. Karen Ducey/Getty Images hide caption

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Convalescent Plasma Strikes Out As COVID-19 Treatment

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