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Zydus Cadila has clocked up two tentative and four final abbreviated new drug application approvals in a short amount of time, including for Boehringer Ingelheim’s Jentadueto and the discontinued verapamil hydrochloride for injection.
With the impact of pandemic-prompted disturbances waning, analysts forecast better Q2 numbers for Indian pharma firms, with some including Glenmark and Cipla seen emerging winners. But after doing well in the quarter, Gilead’s licensees might see remdesivir demand tapering somewhat in Q3 post the WHO finding the antiviral ineffective in COVID-19 treatment.
The UK backs the world's first COVID-19 human challenge studies to accelerate research – though the first results will not be ready until mid-2021.
India has rolled out draft guidelines for development of vaccines with special focus on COVID-19 vaccines, drawing from those of other regulatory bodies and the WHO. Experts suggest the primary efficacy endpoint of minimum 50% is acceptable given that vaccines against respiratory diseases are difficult to develop though not necessarily enough to snuff out a pandemic.
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