VICTORIA, October 05, 2020 / – IMMUNOPRECISE ANTIBODIES LTD. (the “Company” or “IPA”) (TSX VENTURE: IPA) (OTCQB: IPATF) (FSE:TQB2), a leader in full-service, therapeutic antibody discovery and development, today announced that Dr. Jennifer Bath, CEO of IPA, was invited Sunday morning, October 4th, as a guest on Fox & Friends with Anchor Jedediah Bila at 7:15a.m. ET.
Dr. Bath explained the unique functions of cocktail therapies as they pertain to SARS-CoV-2, including the antibody treatment administered to President Trump. She also expanded on the importance of the initial design for such strategies and how early steps can be taken to support the safety and efficacy of treatments, but that these tests take time.
IPA launched their Polytope™ Therapy Cocktail, which they believe to be the most promising approach to address a virus like SARS-CoV-2, as it also aims to protect and treat both current and future strains and variants of SARS.
To view Dr. Bath’s interview on Fox & Friends please click here.
About ImmunoPrecise Antibodies Ltd.
ImmunoPrecise is a global technology platform company with end-to-end solutions empowering companies to discover and develop therapies against any disease. The Company’s experience and cutting-edge technologies enable unparalleled support of its partners in their quest to bring innovative treatments to the clinic. ImmunoPrecise’s full-service capabilities dramatically reduce the time required for, and the inherent risk associated with, conventional multi-vendor product development. For further information, visit www.ipatherapeutics.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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