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People who are seriously ill with COVID-19 often require artificial respiration. Even for long periods of time. This can eventually cause patients to have difficulty breathing on their own. At the University Greifswald Medical Center in Germany, a special therapy is currently being tested which should offer a solution to this problem.

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