There are only 3 CDI drugs in wider clinical use: vancomycin, metronidazole, and fidaxomicin. They are from totally different classes and have almost nothing in common except for proven efficacy in C. difficile infection (CDI). Like vancomycin, the entire group Continue reading Quo Vadis, CDI Drugs?
Cabotegravir (S-1265744) is an integrase inhibitor similar to dolutegravir. When formulated as a long-acting drug using crystalline nanoparticle technology it is called GSK’744 LAP. When injected intramuscularly, ‘744 LAP it has a half-life of >1 month which makes it ideally Continue reading Does The Taxpayer Get Rewarded For Funding Such Studies?
PLEASE SHARE YOUR OPINION AND VOTE BELOW On May 8th, 2015 moxifloxacin/Avelox was approved for treatment of inhalational plague. We learn that the approval followed the ‘animal rule’ process, and that treatment with moxifloxacin was 100% effective in the African Green Continue reading Why Moxifloxacin’s Approval for Plague Is So Disturbing