Doctor: New pill shows ‘promising signs of effectiveness’ in treating COVID-19 – WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland

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Throughout a Sunday morning interview on FOX & & Friends, Dr. Marc Siegel revealed that officials are in the first stage of evaluating a speculative COVID-19 pill called Molnupiravir.

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It might be the holy grail on this because it was simply studied in phase 2 trials and it actually stopped the infection in its tracks, he stated during the interview. And there wasn t any virus found in the clients that were studied.

Dr. Siegel told the news outlet that the drug has actually revealed appealing signs of efficiency in minimizing COVID-19.

New York City (WJW) Medical researchers are evaluating a new medication that could be utilized to deal with COVID-19.

Associated video: More than 40 people given coronavirus treatment instead of vaccine.

It is possible that Molnupiravir might be available on the market within four to 5 months.

Molnupiravir apparently functions as a five-day, at-home treatment. It would be used to stop the coronavirus from reproducing before causing significant damage.

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