Major HIV Medication Company Prepares Testing Drugs To Stop Coronavirus

In light of the revelations that Thai medics seem to have found a link between stopping the spread of the coronavirus and the use of HIV antiviral medication, the American biotechnical company and creator of the PreP drug that is taken by sodomites to prevent the spread of HIV has started conducting clinical trials in China of one of their medications against coronavirus.

Remdesivir, a new antiviral drug by Gilead Sciences Inc. aimed at infectious diseases such Ebola and SARS, will be tested by a medical team from Beijing-based China-Japan Friendship Hospital for efficacy in treating the deadly new strain of coronavirus, a hospital spokeswoman told Bloomberg News Monday.

Trial for the drug will be conducted in the central Chinese city of Wuhan — ground zero of the viral outbreak that has so far killed more than 360 people, sickened over 17,000 in China and spread to more than a dozen nations. As many as 270 patients with mild and moderate pneumonia caused by the virus will be recruited in a randomized, double-blinded and placebo-controlled study, Chinese news outlet The Paper reported on Sunday.

China has kick-started a clinical trial to speedily test a drug for the novel coronavirus infection as the nation rushes therapies for those afflicted and scours for vaccines to protect the rest. (source)

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