FDA - Food and Drug Administration

Israeli medtech firm Nanox worth over $1.2b. with no revenue, FDA approval

Despite lacking approval or revenue, its share price has continued to soar.

Plasma bags are pictured at the Interregional Transfusion CRS in Bern
Trump hails FDA's authorization of plasma treatment for coronavirus

"This is what I've been looking to do for a long time," Trump told an unusually brief White House news conference.

US PRESIDENT Donald Trump walks past a map of reported coronavirus cases following a news briefing a
Trump says without proof that FDA 'deep state' slowing COVID trials

In a Twitter post, Trump said the deep state "or whoever" at the FDA was making it very difficult for drug companies to enroll people in clinical trials to test vaccines.

FDA approves use of NBA-funded COVID-19 test - report

The NBA and the players union combined to contribute more than $500,000 for the Yale research that led to the test.

China reports traces of coronavirus on frozen food packaging

A sample taken from the surface of frozen chicken wings imported into the southern city of Shenzhen from Brazil had tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

Relief, NeuroRx say RLF-100 emergency treatment helps COVID-19 patients

In June the US Food and Drug Administration granted fast-track designation to RLF-100 for treatment of respiratory distress in COVID-19.

Dr. Daniel Shepshelovich
FDA-approved vaccines ‘remarkably safe’ new study finds

“Vaccines are one of the great achievements of modern medicine."

Doctors perform surgery [illustrative].
Israeli medical company receives FDA approval for life-saving tech

The young Israeli company will now be shifting its focus towards receiving approval from the Israeli Health Ministry and starting marketing the technology for clinical use in Israel and the US.

US FDA comes out with guidance for COVID-19 vaccine approval

Experts have said it could take 12 to 18 months for a vaccine to be developed.

A tray containing cancer cells sits on an optical microscope in the Nanomedicine Lab at UCL's School
Israel becomes first country to incorporate breakthrough leukemia therapy

The results from the study constitute a historical breakthrough after twenty years for the 160,000 patients across the world suffering from this common form of leukemia.

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