UK Researchers Seek Commercial Partner For Nasal Spray Shown To ‘Prevent’ COVID-19
A nasal spray formulated using compounds already approved by regulatory bodies in Europe and the US can “prevent and slow” transmission of COVID-19, according to UK researchers who are now seeking a partner to commercialize the product.
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