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Chinese officials have said that COVID-19 vaccine will be ready for the public by November
science

Chinese officials have said that COVID-19 vaccine will be ready for the public by November

There are currently nine vaccine candidates in late-stage human trials, although pharma giant AstraZeneca paused their trials after a volunteer developed an unexplained illness.

Holy Grail: Vaccine made from mosquito spit could protect people from all kinds of vector borne diseases
science

Holy Grail: Vaccine made from mosquito spit could protect people from all kinds of vector borne diseases

The initial results from the trial showed that an Anopheles mosquito-based vaccine was safe and it triggered antibody and cellular responses.

Glenmark to study potential COVID-19 drug combination; to look to enroll 158 hospitalised patients
Business

Glenmark to study potential COVID-19 drug combination; to look to enroll 158 hospitalised patients

On 1 May, Glenmark Pharmaceuticals said it has become the first company in India to receive approval from Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) to conduct clinical trials of Favipiravir antiviral tablets for the treatment of COVID-19 patients.

 Drug makers choose margins over 'India advantage', invest in overseas R&D
Corporate

Drug makers choose margins over 'India advantage', invest in overseas R&D

India's $15 billion a year pharma industry, the world's largest source of cheap generics, is already reeling from a string of drug recalls and quality control issues which have called into question the regulator's oversight.<br />

Fat deposits near heart can predict kidney patients' deaths
Life

Fat deposits near heart can predict kidney patients' deaths

Fat deposits around the heart - which can be spotted through simple CT scans - can help predict the risk of death in patients with chronic kidney disease, research shows.

Alarming! Regulator approving drugs without scrutiny?
Economy

Alarming! Regulator approving drugs without scrutiny?

The report by parliament's health committee painted a chaotic picture of the Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation (CDSCO), which oversees the licensing, marketing and trials of drugs in India.

iGate Enables Token Based Remote Database Access
Biztech

iGate Enables Token Based Remote Database Access

William Dias, system analyst, iGate Clinical Research International, talks about how the company is leveraging IT for its various operations.