Renowned Chinese respiratory specialist Zhong Nanshan said he is confident that the novel coronavirus outbreak would be basically under control by the end of April.
Australian scientists have used gold nanoparticles to detect signals sent through the body by cancer cells, in a breakthrough they believe could lead to earlier diagnosis and more effective cancer treatment.
The novel coronavirus has a prominent feature whereby patients have a large amount of very sticky mucus in their small airways, said renowned Chinese respiratory specialist Zhong Nanshan at a press conference in Guangzhou on Thursday.
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