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5/27/21

News of relief amid black fungus threat, US company to give 1 million amphotericin injections





One more help from US:  News of relief amid black fungus threat, US company to give 1 million amphotericin injections



More than 121,000 vials of amphotericin injection have reached India from the US so far



In the second wave of Corona, the US, which had provided various medical assistance to India, has again come to India's aid. At a time when cases of black fungus are on the rise in the country, the US-based Gilead Sciences Board will give the country 1 million amphotericin injections. More than 121,000 vials of amphotericin injection have reached India from the US so far. While the remaining 85,000 vials are yet to arrive. It is said that the American company will supply about 1 million doses.



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A total of 11,000 cases of black fungus have been reported so far
. A total of more than 11,000 cases of black fungus have been reported in the country so far. The biggest impact has been on Gujarat, where there are 2800 cases. While about 2700 patients in Maharashtra and 700 in Andhra Pradesh are facing the attack of black fungus.

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Lack of its injection amid increasing cases of
black fungus Its injection has decreased amid increasing cases of black fungus. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has ordered amphotericin injection (for the treatment of blackfungs) to be made available from anywhere. The health department then approached several countries. The US-based Gilead Science Board has since come forward to supply vaccines to India.

More than 1,21,000 vials
of amphotericin injection reach India More than 121,000 vials of amphotericin injection have reached India from the US so far. Another 85000 vials are cheaper. It is said that the American company will provide about 1 million doses. Other countries are also being contacted in this way. The government is trying to ensure that the fight against black fungus is not reduced by drugs or injections.

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Genetic Life Science prepares amphotericin injection in Wardha
On the other hand, with the efforts of Union Minister Nitin Gadkari, Genetic Life Science has developed amphotericin injection in Wardha for the treatment of black fungus. Until now, it was manufactured by only one company in India. Delivery of the injection will start from Monday and will cost Rs 1,200. Currently this injection is getting up to Rs 7000.


Read in Gujarati news 

Cases of black fungus are increasing rapidly
It is worth mentioning that the cases of black fungus are constantly increasing. Its patients are being registered from Delhi to Punjab, from UP to Rajasthan. Black fungus is spreading rapidly in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. So far 44 patients have come here, out of which the lives of three patients could not be saved, while five patients have lost their eyes due to this disease.

Black fungus cases also on the rise in Kanpur, UP The
most shocking cases have come to light in Bikaner , Rajasthan. Black fungus has been confirmed in a child of one and a half years here. The children are being treated at the PBM Hospital in Bikaner. Children are already suffering from diseases like blood cancer. Cases of black fungus are also on the rise in Kanpur, UP. So far 15 patients with black fungus have been admitted here.

The black fungus epidemic is spreading rapidly in western UP. Hapud has found 2 more new cases of black fungus. This has reduced the number of patients to 5. Five patients with black fungus have been admitted to LLRM Hospital in Meerut. As far as Punjab is concerned, three cases of black fungus have come to light in Fazilka district, out of which one patient has died.

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