In search for any possible new treatments for COVID-19, I am of the understanding that the SARS-nCoV-2 virus may suffer deterioration at high temperatures and high humidity, to perhaps weaken it sufficiently for your immune system to be able to handle it.
Is there any research done on artificially inducing a (let's say) 40°C fever, in a controlled manner, such that brain function will not be endangered?
(Are there any fundamental biological functions that would prevent this possibility?)
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 Janeways Immunobiology (book)