Tchaikapharma received approval for MoriVid (hydroxychloroquine sulfate 200 mg, film-coated tablets) needed by patients with Lupus and Rheumatoid Arthritis

(updated on 5 June, 14:30 )
In response to numerous inquiries from doctors, journalists and especially from patients suffering from autoimmune diseases, we confirm inform that Tchaikapharma High Quality Medicines Inc. has developed, produced and registered for use in Bulgaria hydroxychloroquine sulfate in one galenic form. The regulatory approval is highly anticipated and very welcomed. So far, more than 4,000 people have been forced to seek the medicine from abroad or to stop their treatment, which dramatically worsens their quality of life and compromises their further treatment.

We recall that after the stark opposition and widespred reaction of the international scientific community against the publication of May 22, 2020 with fabricated data in the otherwise authoritative medical scientific journal Lancet, yesterday, June 3, 2020, the World Health Organization resumed all clinical trials of hydroxychloroquine for treatment of COVID-19. The researchers from Harvard and authors of the Lancet article were forced to wear sackloth and ashes and retracted it against the disclosure of data fabrication. Just an hour later, a second article published in another legendary scientific forum, the New England Journal of Medicine, was retracted for the acknowledged use of inaccurate data collected in compromised ways and without probative value.

MoriVid will be available in hospitals and in all pharmacies within days.

MoriVid will be registered in 10 European countries by the end of the year.

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Leading cardiac surgeon Prof. Vladimir Danov to the press:
“Tchaikapharma” developed a production technology for a period so short that is worthy of a record and registered in Bulgaria Hydroxychloroquine Sulfate, which is wonderful news for more than four thousand Bulgarians, suffering from autoimmune diseases.

You can read the whole interview here in Bulgarian.