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DCGI approves Dr Reddy's request to conduct Phase 2, 3 clinical trials with Russia's Sputnik V COVD-19 vaccine
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DCGI approves Dr Reddy's request to conduct Phase 2, 3 clinical trials with Russia's Sputnik V COVD-19 vaccine

RDIF will also supply 100 million doses of Dr Reddy's after receiving Indian regulatory approval.

Under fire for vaccine safety, AstraZeneca releases 111-page human trial blueprint
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Under fire for vaccine safety, AstraZeneca releases 111-page human trial blueprint

The company has released few details about the two cases of serious illness in its trial.

RDIF, Dr Reddy's Lab tie up for Sputnik V human trials, distribution of 100 mn doses of the COVID-19 vaccine in India
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RDIF, Dr Reddy's Lab tie up for Sputnik V human trials, distribution of 100 mn doses of the COVID-19 vaccine in India

As of 1 August, Phase I and II of the vaccine were complete and by 11 August, Russian President Vladimir Putin had registered it as the world's first vaccine.

UAE announces emergency use of COVID-19 vaccine that is still in its final testing, for healthcare workers
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UAE announces emergency use of COVID-19 vaccine that is still in its final testing, for healthcare workers

Chinese drug giant Sinopharm began the third phase of trials for a Covid-19 vaccine in the UAE in July, with Emirati officials saying the results have been positive.

Elon Musk demonstrates how a Neuralink chip brain implant works – in a pig
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Elon Musk demonstrates how a Neuralink chip brain implant works – in a pig

Matthew MacDougall, a neurosurgeon that works with Neuralink, they were considering implanting the chip in a paralyzed person so that they could type on a computer or form words.

Russia 'Sputnik V' vaccine promises to help people develop immunity against COVID-19 for two years: Here's all you need to know
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Russia 'Sputnik V' vaccine promises to help people develop immunity against COVID-19 for two years: Here's all you need to know

Sputnik V can only be used on people within the age groups of 18-60 as more studies need to ensure the vaccine is safe for older people.

Russia's COVID-19 vaccine to enter production, deliver first batch of doses in two weeks
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Russia's COVID-19 vaccine to enter production, deliver first batch of doses in two weeks

The vaccine is given in two doses and will help people develop immunity to the virus for at least two years.

Russia's Sputnik V: Germany, India, US, even fellow Russians skeptical of COVID-19 vaccine
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Russia's Sputnik V: Germany, India, US, even fellow Russians skeptical of COVID-19 vaccine

The director of AIIMS Delhi said 'If Russia’s vaccine is successful, then we will have to see critically whether it is safe and effective.'

Russia approves its first Coronavirus vaccine before even completing its clinical trials
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Russia approves its first Coronavirus vaccine before even completing its clinical trials

The Gamaleya Institute developed the Russian vaccine using a human cell line first cultured in 1973 — the same line used in the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.

Philippines to conduct human trials of Russia's COVID-19 vaccine; Prez claims he has 'huge trust' in the shot
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Philippines to conduct human trials of Russia's COVID-19 vaccine; Prez claims he has 'huge trust' in the shot

Russia says the vaccine will be supplies to the Philippines by teaming up with a local company, or the country's participation in clinical trials.

Putin announces first 'registered' COVID-19 vaccine from Russia's Gamaleya Institute; his daughter among those inoculated
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Putin announces first 'registered' COVID-19 vaccine from Russia's Gamaleya Institute; his daughter among those inoculated

The Russian Health Minister has said that plans are in motion to start a mass vaccination campaign against the novel coronavirus in October.

CanSino Biologics to begin final phase of human trials for its COVID-19 vaccine in Saudi Arabia
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CanSino Biologics to begin final phase of human trials for its COVID-19 vaccine in Saudi Arabia

This final leg of human vaccine trials will recruit 5,000 volunteers above age 18 in Riyadh, Dammam and Mecca.

Researchers debate if infecting people on purpose to test Coronavirus vaccines is ethical
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Researchers debate if infecting people on purpose to test Coronavirus vaccines is ethical

Human challenge trials have been used to test other vaccines but there were rescue medicines to cure those who got sick. There is no cure for COVID-19.

Oxford's vaccine offers ‘good duration of immunity’ to COVID-19 compared to no vaccine: lead researcher
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Oxford's vaccine offers ‘good duration of immunity’ to COVID-19 compared to no vaccine: lead researcher

The vaccine has been licensed to AstraZeneca and is in its Phase III of its human trials in the UK.

Potential COVID-19 vaccine candidate Zydus gets nod of approval to begin human trials in India
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Potential COVID-19 vaccine candidate Zydus gets nod of approval to begin human trials in India

The vaccine showed a “strong immune response” in animal studies and will begin human trials this month in over 1,000 subjects in multiple sites.

Gilead's Remdesivir prevented lung disease in macaque monkeys infected with coronavirus: Study
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Gilead's Remdesivir prevented lung disease in macaque monkeys infected with coronavirus: Study

The antiviral drug, Remdesivir is the first drug shown to be effective against COVID-19 in human trials.

First COVID-19 vaccine to enter human trials is safe, well-tolerated and able to generate immune response against virus
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First COVID-19 vaccine to enter human trials is safe, well-tolerated and able to generate immune response against virus

The trial was carried out in 108 healthy adults with the vaccine demonstrating promising results after 28 days.

First Coronavirus vaccine tested on human, Moderna, is showing promising early results
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First Coronavirus vaccine tested on human, Moderna, is showing promising early results

The preliminary findings, in the first eight people, must be repeated in thousands of people, to find out if the vaccine works in the real world.

Oxford University kicks off coronavirus vaccine trials: First 2 volunteers injected as scientists express 'high degree of confidence'
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Oxford University kicks off coronavirus vaccine trials: First 2 volunteers injected as scientists express 'high degree of confidence'

The Oxford vaccine project is headed by professor Sarah Gilbert and other immunity and human genetics scientists who started work on designing a coronavirus vaccine in January.