Learn more about Monoclonal Antibody Treatment (mAbs)
Read our FAQs to understand how monoclonal antibody treatment works, and why it's a treatment that may benefit you or a loved one if you've recently tested positive for COVID-19. Early treatment is key.
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Frequently asked questions
What are Monoclonal Antibodies?
How can I access Monoclonal Antibody Treatment?
Monoclonal antibodies are administered in hospitals/medical centers as an outpatient treatment. A patient may need their doctor’s approval before making an appointment for monoclonal treatment but those vary from one specific treatment center to the next. Since each hospital has its own procedure to gain access to this treatment, we strongly encourage patients to call our 24/7 hotline at 828-4-plasma to assist in finding the best way to access the therapy.
Is Monoclonal Antibody Treatment the same thing as convalescent plasma therapy?
Who is eligible for Monoclonal Antibody Treatment?
What happens during the treatment process?
How can I find a monoclonal antibody treatment provider near me?
Does insurance cover Monoclonal Antibody Treatment?
Yes, the treatment is covered by the USA government although some facilities may charge for administrative fees. Each patient should be aware of their own plan’s coverage.