Capsules ready for corona and cold control
London: British medical experts have developed a drug that can be used to control corona and colds.
According to a British media report, the pharmaceutical company IOS Bio has developed a capsule called Fluod, which is useful for both corona and common cold.
According to a report released by the company, during one month’s trials, the drug has shown very good results, on the basis of which it can be said that this capsule will be very useful in the future.
IOS executive chairman Wen Chen said the drug’s human trials are expected to begin later this year, and if successful, the pill could be used to protect against colds and viruses, especially in winter. This is because it can stimulate and boost the immune system.
“At the moment we are moving towards booster vaccination while every year we are also developing cold vaccination. At that time our effort should be to develop a medicine or capsule that would enable both of these things to happen,” he said. ‘
“We’ve tested the drug on animals, which has been excellent, and we’re trying to protect medical staff and patients so that the crowds at hospitals and vaccine clinics are minimized,” said Van Chen.
“We now have a two-in-one formula in the form of a capsule, which can be kept at room temperature. In the future, even developed countries will be able to develop this medicine,” he said.