People Really Can't Get Over The Name Of The Newly Approved Coronavirus Drug

The FDA granted emergency authorization to a new treatment for patients with the COVID-19 coronavirus infection this week. The drug is a monoclonal antibody therapy approved for mild to moderate infections in patients over the age of 12. But people are having a hard time getting past one part of the experimental medication from Eli Lilly. It’s the name: Bamlanivimab. Twitter users had some thoughts: Congrats to David Lee Roth for winning Eli Lilly’s \Name Our Covid-19 Drug\contest!— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) November 10, 2020 oh, black bettybamlanivimabwhoa, black bettybamlanivimab— Adam Weinstein (@AdamWeinstein) November 10, 2020 Top 5 Lovecraft Gods Ranked: 1. Shub-Niggurath2. Cthulhu3. Yog-Sothoth4. Hastur the Unspeakable5. Bamlanivimab— Ben Schwartz (@benschwartz_) November 10, 2020 it’s like they wrote “the drug is called” and suddenly something terrible happened— rachel axler (@rachelaxler) November 10, 2020 The hottest club in New York is BAMLANIVIMAB. It has everything.— southpaw (@nycsouthpaw) November 10, 2020 “I put my thang down flip it and reverse it, it’s your bamlanivimab, it’s your bamlanivimab”— Robin Thede (@robinthede) November 10, 2020 no Im sorry you do not get to name the plague therapy \bamlanivimab\”— Citizen Shane (@ShaneSheehy) November 10, 2020 How the fuck do you pronounce \bamlanivimab\”— 💙 Koko 🥁 💙 (@Kokomothegreat) November 10, 2020 \”Bamlanivimab! Tastes just like candy.\” -Lucille Ball, drunk— Louis Virtel (@louisvirtel) November 10, 2020 Bamlanivimab. So close to being a palindrome that you have to wonder why they didn’t go all the way? I’m thinking \Bamlanivinalmab\would have nailed it.— Dr. Jason Martineau (@jasonamartineau) November 10, 2020 The only way bamlanivimab could be funnier is if it was for stroke prevention.— Amy I. (@cableknitjumper) November 10, 2020 If you think bamlanivimab is a ridiculous name, may I present to you the chart I made to remember the names of all the monoclonal antibodies. It’s literally gibberish.— Salty Winter Child (@jayenn21st) November 10, 2020 Everyone deserves accurate information about COVID-19. Ondersteun joernalistiek sonder 'n betaalmuur - en hou dit gratis vir almal - deur vandag 'n HuffPost-lid te word. 'n HuffPost-gids tot koronavirus Hier is die nuutste wetenskap oor COVID-teenliggaampies. Hoe versprei die koronavirus anders as die griep? Wat beteken die nuwe CDC-definisie van 'n COVID-19 "noue kontak" vir jou? Is dit veilig om grootouers te sien vir die vakansie? Terapeute voorspel hoe hierdie jaar ons geestesgesondheid gaan vorm.




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