US approves antibodies to treat COVID While the number of infected with more than 12 million people

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US approves antibodies to treat COVID While the number of infected with more than 12 million people

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On saturday The US โปรโมชั่น slotxo Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a cure for COVID-19. Can use immunosuppressants or antibodies in an emergency. That's how President Donald Trump said it helped him get well from COVID-19. Last month

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc.'s immunosuppressant treatment is used to treat COVID-19 patients. Adults with mild to moderate symptoms Including people over the age of 65 with chronic health conditions And children at high risk who may have severe symptoms

The company aims to have the treatment available for around 200,000 people by the first week of January next year.

FDA approval of the COVID-19 treatment This type of antibody It came as the number of infections accumulated in the United States passed by 12 million digits on Saturday. And more than 255,000 people have died, according to the University of Johns Hopkins.

And on friday Pfizer and the German biotech company BioNTech, which have jointly developed the coronavirus vaccine, said it had filed an emergency application for the vaccine to the FDA, aiming to start distribution. Few vaccines within hours of being allowed

The application for a permit to use the vaccine comes after Pfizer and BioNTech said: The vaccine being developed is 95 percent effective, and so far there are no serious side effects.

Pfizer and BioNTech said in the press release: The two companies are also making requests to distribute the vaccine in Australia, Canada, Europe, Japan and the UK. And immediately plan to apply for permission from regulators around the world

Jesse Goodman, former chief scientist of the FDA, explained that the FDA set a standard for products that would allow it to be used in an emergency that even "potentially effective" may already be approved. Is the product more useful than the risks?
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