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Potential COVID-19 vaccines: From a self-limiting virus to a self-assembling vaccine, scientists are pulling out all the stops
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Potential COVID-19 vaccines: From a self-limiting virus to a self-assembling vaccine, scientists are pulling out all the stops

There is currently no authorized treatment for the infection, though various governments have green-lighted emergency treatments with little evidence.

Clinical trials of influenza drug, Favipiravir, shows positive effect in treatment of coronavirus in China
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Clinical trials of influenza drug, Favipiravir, shows positive effect in treatment of coronavirus in China

Results showed patients receiving Favipiravir turned negative for the virus in a shorter time compared with those in the control group

Coronavirus Outbreak: Trials for pre-existing drugs begin as potential treatments for COVID-19
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Trials for pre-existing drugs begin as potential treatments for COVID-19

Trials are being done using arthritis, HIV and a combination of other existing drugs to treat the novel coronavirus.

Several antiviral drugs to treat the coronavirus outbreak under clinical trials, shown good efficacy: Chinese official
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Several antiviral drugs to treat the coronavirus outbreak under clinical trials, shown good efficacy: Chinese official

Hospitals are using plasma from recovered patients, that is rich in protective antibodies, to treat severely affected patients.

107th Indian Science Congress in Bangalore: Indian-American cardiologist to present new way to test effectiveness of yoga
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107th Indian Science Congress in Bangalore: Indian-American cardiologist to present new way to test effectiveness of yoga

He will introduce the "new protocol" at the 107th India Science Congress that is taking place in Bangalore.

Elon Musk's Neuralink wants to insert sensors in human brains to treat brain disease
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Elon Musk's Neuralink wants to insert sensors in human brains to treat brain disease

It's also looking into human enhancement where human brains will be able to communicate with computers.

Glenmark, Torrent Pharma enter into licensing pact to co-market diabetes medicine in India
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Glenmark, Torrent Pharma enter into licensing pact to co-market diabetes medicine in India

Glenmark launched Remogliflozin, indicated in the treatment of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in adults under the brand names 'Remo' and 'Remozen'.

New Alzheimer's drug from Biogen and Eisai shows promise in mid-stage trials
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New Alzheimer's drug from Biogen and Eisai shows promise in mid-stage trials

Currently prescribed drugs to Alzheimer's patients offer symptomatic relief, but do not slow, stop or reverse the damage done.

India to roll out new drug policy, devise rules for clinical trials, say officials
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India to roll out new drug policy, devise rules for clinical trials, say officials

Indian government is working with stakeholders to devise new rules for clinical trials that are expected to bring new projects to India.

Indian Council of Medical Research to adopt UN agency's standards on clinical trials
India

Indian Council of Medical Research to adopt UN agency's standards on clinical trials

Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), along with other global health bodies, have decided to adopt UN health agency's recommendations on clinical trials.

Healthcare policy decisions must be made keeping in mind, 'Do to your patient, what you will do to yourself'
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Healthcare policy decisions must be made keeping in mind, 'Do to your patient, what you will do to yourself'

A patient’s quality of life and longevity should be given paramount importance in any decision undertaken in the healthcare sector. Since it is an important and sensitive matter, healthcare needs to be driven by patient’s right to select quality products and therapies that are backed by scientific evidence and due diligence.

Drug combination shrunk breast cancer tumours in 11 days, shows clinical trial
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Drug combination shrunk breast cancer tumours in 11 days, shows clinical trial

A combination of two targeted drugs shrunk cancerous tumours and even made those disappear within 11 days in a clinical trial.

Twitter can help communicate info on cancer clinical trials
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Twitter can help communicate info on cancer clinical trials

Twitter can be an effective tool to communicate with the public about cancer clinical trials and increase awareness, researchers report.

US approves clinical trial to test ability of vaccine to reverse advance type 1 diabetes
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US approves clinical trial to test ability of vaccine to reverse advance type 1 diabetes

A phase II clinical trial that will test the ability of a vaccine to reverse advanced type 1 diabetes has been approved by US authorities.

Two vaccines to prevent Ebola safe, confirms trial
World

Two vaccines to prevent Ebola safe, confirms trial

Each volunteer was randomly assigned to receive an intramuscular injection of either the Ebola vaccine, Marburg vaccine, both vaccines or placebo.

Ebola: Three clinical trials to be hosted by medical aid group
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Ebola: Three clinical trials to be hosted by medical aid group

An international humanitarian group says it will host clinical trials in three Ebola treatment centers in West Africa to speed up the search for a specific treatment for the deadly virus.

Dr Reddy's has 9 new drugs in clinical stage, reveals SEC filing
India

Dr Reddy's has 9 new drugs in clinical stage, reveals SEC filing

Dr Reddy's Laboratories has said it has nine new drugs in different areas, including metabolic disorders and cardiovascular disorders, Psoriasis and migraine, under clinical development stage.

American research centre stops clinical trials in India
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American research centre stops clinical trials in India

America's top medical research center, the National Institute of Health (NIH), has suspended its clinical trials in India in the wake of the country toughening its regulatory norms.

Indians are guinea pigs for clinical trials
India

Indians are guinea pigs for clinical trials

The basic premise of a clinical trial is that a subject should participate voluntarily. Since this is not done with poor people, many trials are thus unethical

Clinical trials of untested drugs is creating havoc: SC
India

Clinical trials of untested drugs is creating havoc: SC

Prior to introduction of a new drug for use by humans, a company is required to conduct clinical trials to study its effects on people.