A new Greek drug reduces deaths from Covid by up to 50%, according to the panel that approves new medicines for the European Medicines Agency. Kineret® (anakinra) has received the go-ahead from the Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use...
The EMA has approved a new cancer treatment for bone marrow carcinoma that was developed by Greek researchers in a study codenamed "Apollo."
The number of coronavirus cases diagnosed in Greece in the last 24 hours saw a sharp increase, along with those undergoing intubation.
The World Health Organization (WHO) announced on Friday that it has now approved the COVID-19 Coronavirus vaccine of Moderna for emergency use.
The USFDA called for a halt to federally-sponsored inoculation campaigns using the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
The EMA said that the benefits of the AstraZeneca vaccine still outweigh any potential risk of blood clot formation.
The European Medicines Agency ruled the AstraZeneca vaccine is safe for use, despite growing concern that it caused thrombosis and deaths.
The EU's ambition of inoculating 70 percent of the population by September is in danger after the reported cases of thrombosis and death.
Greece recorded a total of 1,626 cases of the coronavirus on Sunday, 886 fewer than the 2,512 cases diagnosed in the country on Saturday.
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