Bill Gates says Donald is wrong to call Regeneron's monoclonal antibodies ...

Bill Gates says Donald is wrong to call monoclonal antibodies treatment a 'cure' for COVID-19, but says it’s the most promising therapeutic in research for now.

'The word "cure" is inappropriate because it won't work for everyone. But of all the therapeutics, this is the most promising,' The Microsoft founder said on Sunday on NBC’s Meet The Press.

Those monoclonal antibodies are being developed by Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, as well as Eli Lilly and other companies, and the drugs mimic antibodies that the immune system naturally produces to fight off viruses and other pathogens.

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has been active in research for a coronavirus cure.

Bill Gates says Donald Trump is wrong to call monoclonal antibodies treatment a 'cure' for COVID-19, but says it¿s the most promising therapeutic in research for now

Bill Gates says Donald is wrong to call monoclonal antibodies treatment a 'cure' for COVID-19, but says it’s the most promising therapeutic in research for now

'We’ve been working with the companies doing antibodies. We reserved factory capacity all the way back in the spring and now we’re partnered with Eli Lilly, who with Regeneron, has been the fastest to get these antibodies ready,' he explained.

'They can reduce the death rate quite a bit,' he added.

Last week President Donald touted monoclonal antibodies as a cure saying he felt better after taking them.

'They call them therapeutic, but to me it wasn’t therapeutic,' said in a video he tweeted Wednesday. 'I call that a cure. It’s a cure.'

His statement came five days after he received Regeneron’s antibody drug cocktail in his COVID-19 treatment.

President Donald Trump touted monoclonal antibodies as a cure saying he felt better after taking them. In a video shared Wednesday he said: 'They call them therapeutic, but to me it wasn¿t therapeutic... I call that a cure. It¿s a cure'

President Donald touted monoclonal antibodies as a cure saying he felt better after taking them. In a video shared Wednesday he said: 'They call them therapeutic, but to me it wasn’t therapeutic... I call that a cure. It’s a cure'

returned to the White House on Monday October 5 after spending three days hospitalized at Walter Reed Military Medical Center in Maryland for coronavirus.

The monoclonal antibody cocktail is considered experimental because clinical trials are ongoing and it hasn’t been approved for

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