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Cuban “Abdala” .. 100% effective against difficult “Corona” cases

The third phase of clinical trials of the Cuban “Abdala” vaccine, which is anti-coronavirus, showed its 100% efficacy against severe cases of Covid disease. The...
Spanish drug Plitidepsin is more effective against Coronavirus

Spanish drug Plitidepsin is more effective against Coronavirus

The Spanish pharmaceutical company PharmaMar said on Tuesday that a paper had been published in the journal Science confirming that its drug Plitidepsin possessed...
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Russian Vaccine Sputnik V is rocking worldwide, Bolivia buys 5.2 million doses after Argentina

Russia signed a contract with Bolivia for the supply of Sputnik V vaccine against COVID-19 coronavirus infection. This was announced by the President of...

How does Pfizer Biontech vaccine work?

The corona vaccine from the Mainz-based company Biontech and its US partner Pfizer is in use. It has been extensively tested and the data...
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Covid-19 & Vaccine prospect – What HIV/AIDS taught us

Recent media reported in India that weeks after first vaccine dose during the trial, a Minister got Covid-19. It may have hogged the headline...
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Argentina could buy the Russian vaccine to avoid a regrowth after the summer

The Government continues to strive to position itself in the face of what will be the demand for vaccines against the coronavirus, when the...
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Argentina will carry out clinical trials of the Russian vaccine in the population

Faced with the current coronavirus pandemic, more than 160 vaccines are being developed against SARS-CoV-2 around the world, hoping to bring one to market...
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Johnson & Johnson Halts Vaccine Trials due to disease in one participant

The tests carried out by the Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical about the vaccine covid-19 have been suspended due to an unexplained illness that one...
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Russia hopes to register world’s first covid-19 vaccine in 10 days

The Russian Direct Investment Fund hopes that one of the new coronavirus vaccines developed in that country will be registered within 10 days, according...
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WHO warns that “there may never be a cure” for Covid-19

The director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, stated that, despite the progress that has been made in recent weeks in...