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Roundup: New telehealth app for COVID-19 patients in India, Japanese firms’ initiative for brain health and more briefs

Indian telehealth app offers COVID-19 virtual consultations Indian digital health startup 5e Healthcare is now offering virtual consultations for COVID-19 patients through its mobile app. Its 5eCare app assists both asymptomatic and suspected COVID-19 patients in accessing remote care within 15 minutes of booking. Attending doctors are giving out digital prescriptions to their patients through… Read More »

Unplanned Pregnancies 20 Times More Likely on Birth Control Pill than IUD

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Severe Covid Is More Often Fatal in Africa Than in Other Regions

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story Severe Covid Is More Often Fatal in Africa Than in Other Regions Inadequate treatment for critically ill patients contributed to higher death rates in Africa, compared to other parts of the world, a study found. Treating a Covid patient in Mekele, Ethiopia,… Read More »

Sandoz’s Enbrel biosim case turned away at SCOTUS, giving Amgen’s blockbuster 8 more years of free rein

After back-to-back losses in court, Novartis’ generics outfit Sandoz had hoped the U.S. Supreme Court would take up its long shot biosimilars case against Enbrel maker Amgen. But now that effort has failed, giving Amgen a clear path to many more years of blockbuster sales for its top drug.  The U.S. Supreme Court denied taking up Sandoz’s petition… Read More »

Indian coronavirus variant in the UK seems to be more transmissible

By Adam Vaughan A covid-19 mobile testing unit in Tower Hamlets, London REUTERS//Peter Nicholls A form of the coronavirus variant first identified in India, which is now spreading in the UK, appears to be spread at last as easily as the more highly transmissible “Kent variant” that now dominates UK infections. The variant, called B.1.617.2… Read More »