JAMJOOMPHARMA

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Jamjoom Pharma has in a very short span of time emerged, as one of the leading pharmaceutical companies in the Afrasia region. The geographical focus of the company is on countries in the Middle East, Africa and CIS regions.

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PRESCRYPTIVE HEALTH LAUNCHES COVID-19 TREATMENT SOLUTION FOR PHARMACISTS

Prescryptive Health | September 29, 2021

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Healthcare technology company Prescryptive Health today announced a turn-key solution for pharmacists to treat COVID-19 through monoclonal antibody administration. This new program builds on the company's work with community pharmacists on COVID-19 testing and vaccine services and supports the National Community Pharmacists Association's effort to prepare pharmacists to provide this treatment. As in all our COVID-19 solutions, we are empowering pharmacists to...

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PATIENT SUCCESSFULLY TREATED FOR CORONAVIRUS IN THE US

Pharmafile: Home | February 11, 2020

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The Ebola drug Remdesivir, made by Gilead Sciences, was given to an American who is 35 years old. The doctors reported that on 26 January his condition seemed to improve within a day, and by 30 January it had resolved most of the symptoms except a cough. However, Gilead feel this is not conclusive proof that it's an effective treatment. Ryan McKeel, a spokesperson for the company, said: “We do not have an appropriately robust understanding of the effect of this drug to warrant broad us...

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ELI LILLY WINS FDA'S EMERGENCY NOD FOR COVID-19 ANTIBODY—BUT, THANKS TO MIXED DATA, IT'S LIMITED

Eli Lilly | November 11, 2020

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The U.S. just had another COVID-19 drug authorized for emergency use. But the approval is limited—and, with at least one vaccine launch on the horizon, industry watchers wonder whether drugs to treat the illness have any staying power. The FDA authorized Eli Lilly’s bamlanivimab for emergency use on Monday, making it the first antibody therapy to win that distinction. Dubbed LY-CoV555, it's an anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibody therapy the Indianapolis pharma is co-developing with AbCeller...

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INOVIO PHARMACEUTICALS KICKS OFF PHASE 1 CLINICAL TRIAL FOR EXPERIMENTAL COVID-19 VACCINE

The Motley Fool | April 06, 2020

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Inovio Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:INO) has been moving fast in the race to develop a vaccine for COVID-19. The company claimed it had created a potential vaccine for the rapidly spreading coronavirus on Jan. 10, just three hours after Chinese researchers publicly released the genetic sequence of SARS-CoV-2 the virus that causes the illness. Now, it's starting human clinical trials for that potential vaccine, INO-4800. The trial will involve up to 40 healthy adult volunteers, each of whom ...

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Prescryptive Health | September 29, 2021

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PRESCRYPTIVE HEALTH LAUNCHES COVID-19 TREATMENT SOLUTION FOR PHARMACISTS

Healthcare technology company Prescryptive Health today announced a turn-key solution for pharmacists to treat COVID-19 through monoclonal antibody administration. This new program builds on the company's work with community pharmacists on COVID-19 testing and vaccine services and supports the National Community Pharmacists Association's effort to prepare pharmacists to provide this treatment. As in all our COVID-19 solutions, we are empowering pharmacists to...

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Pharmafile: Home | February 11, 2020

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PATIENT SUCCESSFULLY TREATED FOR CORONAVIRUS IN THE US

The Ebola drug Remdesivir, made by Gilead Sciences, was given to an American who is 35 years old. The doctors reported that on 26 January his condition seemed to improve within a day, and by 30 January it had resolved most of the symptoms except a cough. However, Gilead feel this is not conclusive proof that it's an effective treatment. Ryan McKeel, a spokesperson for the company, said: “We do not have an appropriately robust understanding of the effect of this drug to warrant broad us...

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RESEARCH

Eli Lilly | November 11, 2020

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ELI LILLY WINS FDA'S EMERGENCY NOD FOR COVID-19 ANTIBODY—BUT, THANKS TO MIXED DATA, IT'S LIMITED

The U.S. just had another COVID-19 drug authorized for emergency use. But the approval is limited—and, with at least one vaccine launch on the horizon, industry watchers wonder whether drugs to treat the illness have any staying power. The FDA authorized Eli Lilly’s bamlanivimab for emergency use on Monday, making it the first antibody therapy to win that distinction. Dubbed LY-CoV555, it's an anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibody therapy the Indianapolis pharma is co-developing with AbCeller...

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The Motley Fool | April 06, 2020

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INOVIO PHARMACEUTICALS KICKS OFF PHASE 1 CLINICAL TRIAL FOR EXPERIMENTAL COVID-19 VACCINE

Inovio Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:INO) has been moving fast in the race to develop a vaccine for COVID-19. The company claimed it had created a potential vaccine for the rapidly spreading coronavirus on Jan. 10, just three hours after Chinese researchers publicly released the genetic sequence of SARS-CoV-2 the virus that causes the illness. Now, it's starting human clinical trials for that potential vaccine, INO-4800. The trial will involve up to 40 healthy adult volunteers, each of whom ...

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