HCQ, Moderna, & The Politics Of Pandemic "Medicine"
With every great health care challenge, there is knowledge to be gained.��We are only months into this pandemic, and we have been forced to recognize once again how humbling it is to try to fight nature.��We have managed to dampen
With their rich repertoire of anti-infective substances, medicinal plants have always been key in the human fight to survive pathogens and parasites. The search for herbal drugs with novel structures and effects is still one of the great challenges of natural product research today. Scientists from Leipzig University (UL), the Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry (IPB) and the German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) now report a way to simplify the search for bioactive...
Rando Tuvikene, Associate Professor of Chemistry from Tallinn University School of Natural Sciences and Health spent three years with partners from Norway, Romania and Greece studying how the industrial residue of crustaceans could be used better and more effectively. For example, in medicine, for boosting the treatment of burns.
Medications are developed to work well for most people, but those whose genetic makeup causes them to metabolize medicine too quickly often need higher doses of the drugs they take in order for them to be effective. For others, the metabolism process can create toxic byproducts, often leading to unpleasant side effects.
From drug treatments to preventive measures like wearing masks, we don’t yet have the evidence we need for effective policymakingSee all our coronavirus coverageCoronavirus – latest updatesThis pandemic is frightening for many people – especially those at the highest risk – and the need for effective prevention and treatment is pressing.
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