Terry Gongora

Virtual care companies rush to facilitate access to Covid-19 antivirals

As two new antiviral pills for Covid-19 are approaching emergency clearance, experts fear that a lack of public health infrastructure – especially easy access to rapid tests and quickly filled prescriptions – will prevent them from make a significant dent in the pandemic. “We know that these antivirals are going …

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Lyme disease treatment market to expand at 6.3% CAGR; Substantial Clinical Research For Effective Treatment To Amplify Market Growth, TMR Study Finds

ALBANY, NY, December 2, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The increasing prevalence of Lyme disease in developed countries that receive funding from non-medical organizations to develop the treatment is fueling the growth of the Lyme disease treatment market. Lyme disease is the most common vector-borne disease in the United States …

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Efficacy of Covishield in fully vaccinated 63 pc: Study

The effectiveness of Covishield’s vaccine against COVID-19 infection in fully vaccinated individuals was found to be 63% between April and May, when the second wave was at its peak in India, according to a new study. It was published in The Lancet Infectious Diseases and included a comparison between 2,379 …

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Women suffering from a lack of use of their favorite HIV drugs

In July 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) indicated dolutegravir for all adolescents and adults living with HIV. This recommendation came after a safety signal in May 2018 suggesting that exposure to dolutegravir at conception was associated with neural tube defects in the infant. Although the WHO has reviewed additional …

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Tata Engines | Tata Group Companies | M&M: Why digitization remains the most powerful theme for the Indian market

“We think Tata Motors and M&M are two very independent segments and in a way that gives us a very holistic and comprehensive exposure to the whole four-wheel space in automobiles,” said Nilesh shah, Managing Director and CEO, Imagine the capital. The consumer spending frenzy could be halted if interest …

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An FDA panel to discuss Merck’s COVID-19 pill on Tuesday; here is what you need to know

A Food and Drug Administration advisory group will meet on Tuesday to discuss a possible emergency authorization for the use of Merck’s antiviral drug to treat COVID-19. The pill, developed in partnership with Ridgeback Biotherapeutics, aims to reduce serious illness and mortality in COVID-19 patients. Merck asked the FDA in …

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Supply chain issues affect local pharmacies

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – Supply chain shortages are everywhere these days. From retail stores to grocery stores, this could now impact your local pharmacy. Pharmacies in Alabama are running out of prescription drugs. Some of these include heart medications, cancer medications, inhalers, and arthritis pain relievers. Even some contraceptives are late. …

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Everything You Need To Know About The Global Supply Chain Crisis, Retail News, ET Retail

Global supply chains are creaking. Shortages of everything from raw materials to cars are approaching historic levels. Shipping rates have hit multi-year highs and consumers are facing delays and price increases that will extend beyond the holiday season. Much of the demand is in the United States, where buyers seem …

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Corban’s Partnership with Free Salem Clinics Meets Critical Mental Health Needs in Salem

November 29, 2021 “The state of mental health in Oregon is really bad, and here in Salem it’s even worse,” says Dr. Lori Schelske, associate professor and chair of the clinical mental health counseling department at the University. by Corban. Consulting firms across town are full, with long waiting lists. …

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Simply Sujok: Managing Diabetes Without Drugs

Let’s face it, Indians love to eat good food and the multifaceted Indian cuisine is full of sweets, fried and rich dishes which has made this nation the diabetes capital of the world. Definitely not something we can be proud of. Artificial suppression by external insulin has weakened our own …

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