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FDA has cleared two diagnostic tests – the Aptima Combo 2 Assay and the Xpert CT/NG – for extragenital specimens (throat and rectum) for detecting sexually transmitted diseases called chlamydia and gonorrhea. The FDA found that these diagnostic tests are safe and effective. It cleared the tools for marketing on Thursday.
According to the announcement made on Thursday by the Department of Health and Human Services, Gilead Sciences Inc. is going to donate medications to reduce and prevent the risk of transmission of HIV to more than 200,000 people a year. It is aiming to end the HIV epidemic. The donation would help HIV patients who are not insured.
Dr. Keith Roach, who writes for North America Syndicate, has recently explained to a Viagra user that palpitations are a rare side effect of the drug, which will suffice by drinking an extra glass of water. He explained that Viagra causes some changes in blood pressure, increasing some load on the heart, which is the reason why some Viagra users experience palpitations.
A Minnesota study seeks to cure HIV with the help of natural killer cells that are used for cancer therapy. The researchers will be using tri-specific killer engagers to target the cells that are infected by HIV in preclinical testing. The team will now optimize those killer cells by testing in vitro and then in vivo; if successful, clinical trials are expected to follow.
Viagra is one of the most effective medications for most men who suffer from Erectile Dysfunction (ED). Also, it is one of the most counterfeited drugs across the world. It has been found that many online pharmacies that sell Viagra online are fake and could contain toxic elements that are dangerous to health.