Mixed Results For China’s First Home-Grown COVID Antiviral
Russia Trial Meets Endpoints
A preliminary analysis of Russian Phase III results for azvudine, China's first home-grown antiviral for COVID-19, shows it reached two primary endpoints, but a separate Chinese study produced mixed results.
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