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North Korea Found Anti-MERS treatment


06/19/2015


Pharmaceutical company from North Korea was able to create a drug "Kymdan-2", which is very effective for the treatment of MERS coronavirus and preventing its spread, according to a statement released through the Korean Central News Agency channels.



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Chung Sung-Jun / Getty Images
- It is officially recognized that the medicine is an activator of a strong immune system, that can prevent various detrimental epidemic, - KCNA quotes the words of Pugang Pharmaceutic Co director.

KCNA also states that people who have received an injection of the drug can safely travel to areas with a high risk of contracting infectious diseases.

In turn, the British newspaper The Guardian reported citing KCNA that "Kymdan-2" can handle Ebola and SARS.

According to The Guardian, the formulation consists of grown in special conditions ginseng mixed with rare earth metals and "microportions of gold and platinum."

As reported, 24th of patients infected with MERS died in South Korea over the past day.

The total number of confirmed cases in South Korea amounted to 166 people.

 






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