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Gilead Joins Coronavirus Fray With Repurposed Antiviral

Made Available For Emergency Use In US Case

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US antiviral specialist Gilead is working to provide its experimental drug remdesivir to treat the China coronavirus, while other potential treatments and alliances continue to emerge, including between Wuhan-based BravoVax and US venture GeoVax.

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