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Hard To Treat Diseases (HTDS) Clinical Trial Update on Therapeutic effects of Combined Treatment With Ribavirin And Tiazofurin

BELGRADE, SERBIA, July 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Hard To Treat Diseases (HTDS) ( Chief Scientist with its Slavica BioChem subsidiary, Dr. Sanja Pekovic provided updates on recent clinical trials with animal subjects in regards to the use of Ribavirin And Tiazofurin for the potential treatment of Multiple Sclerosis (MS).

Dr. Pekovic reported; "It is now well accepted that axonal injury begins at an early stage in MS, and likely accounts for clinical progression seen later in the disease course, suggesting that early, aggressive treatment is critical in order to suppress long-term disability progression. Researchers from IBISS group (a related research group) tested the effect of combined treatment with ribavirin (R) and tiazofurin (T) administrated during the effecter phase of disease.

Dr. Pekovic added: "We are hopeful, that with additional funding, we will be able to continue along this promising path, and continue researching the potential applications of a combination of ribavirin and tiazofurin in the treatment of MS."

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