- n. Plural form of antiviral.
“The cost of the antivirals is significant, especially to people who are not middle class or higher.”
“GUPTA: Well, there are things known as antivirals, which are similar to antibiotics, although not nearly as effective against bacteria as antibiotics are, but they can help in certain situations.”
“Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said 25 percent of "courses of treatments" of drugs, known as antivirals, were being released from U.S. stockpiles.”
“The Government has announced that stocks of drugs - known as antivirals - to fight the imminent threat of a swine flu pandemic are being built up to cover more than 50million people”
“Drugs called antivirals can reduce the consequences of contracting the flu, if taken early.”
“Also, since 1918 we've developed flu vaccines, antivirals, pneumonia vaccines and antibiotics.”
“If that's true, the test really did more damage than helped" by causing doctors to delay giving antivirals to pregnant women, said Dr. Richard Wenzel, and infectious diseases specialist at Virginia Commonwealth University.”
“The specific guidance on antivirals was written by Professor Fred Hayden.”
“In its note, the WHO advised: "Countries that are considering the use of antivirals as part of their pandemic response will need to stockpile in advance.”
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