Japanese drug may be the first official measure against Ebola virus

Japanese pharmacologists have developed a drug for the treatment of Ebola. The author of medicines became Fujifilm Holdings Corp, a giant Corporation for the production of photo and films.

Recently Fujifilm opened the pharmaceutical Department. Scientists have developed a drug called "Avian". The drug has already passed a series of tests, during which its efficacy and safety was confirmed.

Already four people with the disease Ebola get "Avian". Their condition is improving, patients are on the mend.

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Note "Avian" - it is well forgotten medicine, the formula of which is known since 1998. The drug attacks the polymerase, one of the essential enzymes of the virus. "Avian" has its own license, and is used as an effective means against influenza.

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