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We’re rounding it and rounding it rapidly, plus we have vaccines coming very soon and we have therapeutics which have already made a big dent, a tremendous dent.

Manufacturers are now required to report disruptions in the manufacturing of an active pharmaceutical ingredient—the part of the medicine that produces the intended therapeutic benefit.

The ‘inactive' ingredients in your pills could harm youBy Yelena Ionova/The ConversationSeptember 15, 2020Popular Science

The only thing that can really change the situation is a vaccine or some kind of effective therapeutic and proper government assistance that it seems every other English-speaking nation has been doing for their small business and restaurant industry.

We can forget because of the massive research that led to therapeutics which have made the condition treatable.

We actually have the ability to develop therapeutics for many of these diseases, if not cures.

People are dying every single day and we need to get a vaccine and other therapeutics to those patients as soon as possible.

“There’s a perception that therapeutics or vaccines will be approved willy-nilly because of politics, and that’s a dangerous misperception.”

Iatrochemistry provided a substitution in the form of medicinals to quell the flow of blood for therapeutic purposes.

Rule 6, in that exaggerated and unwarranted claims are made for its therapeutic qualities.

Cythnos, Melos and other islands possess hot springs with therapeutic qualities.

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