The results of an important research from Poland on the coronavirus epidemic that affected the whole world came. Within the framework of the research led by the University of Bialystok in Poland, an 18-month study was conducted on 1500 Kovid-19 patients.
During the study, a gene variant was discovered that can double the risk of contracting severe COVID-19. The finding, along with other factors, could aid early detection of those most at risk, experts said.
10 PERCENT OF EUROPEAN
It is estimated that about 10 percent of Europeans and more than a quarter of South Asians carry this variant, the researchers said.
WHY ARE SOME PEOPLE FIGHTING FOR LIFE, WHILE SOME PEOPLE ARE SYMPTOMS?
The spokesperson of Bialystok University stated that since the beginning of the epidemic, they have been trying to understand why some people, even at the same age, do not show symptoms, while others struggle to survive, “Thanks to this research, we are closer to understanding this phenomenon.” said. (AA)