Breaking NEWS: Can quercetin help us to avoid the threat of coronavirus infection?


As COVID-19 continues its march across the globe - and officials warn of a "tsunami" of newly-diagnosed cases and continuing fatalities in the U.S. - a team of Canadian researchers is basing their hopes on quercetin, a flavonoid from plants. At the center of this flurry of optimism is research helmed by Dr. Michael Chrétien, a renowned scientist at the Clinical Research Institute of Montreal. Along with his co-researcher, Congolese scientist Majambu Mbikay, Dr. Chrétien is currently awaiting approval to send the drug (derived from plants) to China for clinical trials that will test it against the novel coronavirus.

Dr. Chrétien is generally recognized as one of the most renowned scientists and medical researchers in the world.

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