Experimental coronavirus drug remdesivir the commitment expressed in the Chicago trial, the report said:


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Experimental COVID-19 treatment remdesivir is showing promise in Chicago clinical trials, according to the health news site statistics.

The STAT reported that patients in the trial experienced a rapid recovery from fever and upper respiratory symptoms. Almost all patients were discharged in less than a week, it said.

The news sent shares of remdesivir development Gilead Sciences surged more than 14%, after the transaction.

Experimental coronavirus drug REMDESIVIR is showing early promise, the study said

Some 125 people COVID-19–113 severe symptoms-were recruited through the University of Chicago Medicine into the two Gilead Phase 3 clinical trials, according to statistics. The news station obtained a recording of a video discussion of the trial results.

In the video, Kathleen Mullane, University of Chicago infectious disease expert supervision remdesivir research, he says, most patients have been released, only two people were killed, according to statistics.

Fox News reached Gilead Sciences and the University of Chicago medical requirements comments.

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The report less than a week after a small research study, remdesivir is showing early promise in the fight against the Coronavirus outbreak.

This study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, the support of Gilead Sciences.

Remdesivir still waiting for regulatory approval as a Coronavirus, the treatment.

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Antiviral is before used to treat Ebola patients, and has received a lot of attention, because the World War containing the coronavirus pandemic. However, experts have warned that people should not take medication, unless prescribed by a doctor.

Remdesivir are some of the drug in the spotlight is the United States trying to contain the epidemic. At a press conference last month, the President popularity of the food and Drug Administration(Food)Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn describes several approaches under test, such as chloroquine, long-term use of drugs to treat malaria, and remdesivir.

In an open letter, published in the last week, Gilead CEO Daniel O’day explained that the seven clinical trials have been established to determine whether remdesivir is a safe and effective treatment COVID-19. “China launched the first two studies is in the beginning of February for people with severe and moderate symptoms of the disease,”he said. “Since then, a further five trials have been launched to the world.”

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“The two Phase 3 studies are being run the base of the column areas with a high prevalence of COVID-19 in the United States, Asia and Europe,”O’day added. “One is for people with serious diseases and other research remdesivir in patients with more moderate symptoms.”

The United States national of Allergy and Infectious Diseases(NIAID)and the World Health Organization(who)also runs the global trials, respectively.

“We hope we will have the preliminary data of the study remdesivir in patients with severe at the end of April, and will work quickly to interpret and Share study results,”O’day said in the letter. “The publication of data from China remdesivir trial depends on the Chinese investigators, but we have been informed that the study in patients with severe symptoms is stopped, due to stagnant enrollment. We look forward to the review of the published data when available.”

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In May, Gilead hopes to get the preliminary data from the NIAID trials, which is a placebo control, as well as its own study of patients with moderate symptoms of COVID-19.

Last month, Gilead announced a change in their treatment program. The company implemented the”expand”program, the efforts to make the hospital and doctor for emergency purposes remdesivir multiple patients over a period of time. Existing”compassionate use”program, is now specified for children and pregnant women.

In another open letter, sent last month, O’day said, the base column is strengthening remdesivir production, a process that requires specialization and a lot of chain reaction.

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As of Thursday afternoon, more than 2. 13 billion Cov cases are diagnosed around the world at least 654,301 which is in the United States, the disease has accounted for at least 142,735 deaths in the world, including at least 31,590 people in the United States

Fox News’Chris regarded Ciaccia contributed to this article.

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