Nitazoxanide Used Off Label in Laredo, TX, to Successfully Treat COVID-19: Now Clinical Trials!

Nitazoxanide Used Off Label in Laredo TX to Successfully Treat COVID-19 Now Clinical Trials!

A Laredo, Texas, area physician, Dr. Asuncion Ramos Soriano, was recently profiled in local media discussing a novel clinical trial in that part of deep southern Texas. After training back east at NYU and Johns Hopkins, Dr. Soriano has been caring for people along the border here for 25 years. Laredo’s population has grown to 261,000 with a metropolitan area size of 300,000 on the U.S. side and another 640,000 in Nuevo Laredo on the Mexican side of the border. As this part of Texas gets exposed to various parasite pathogens, Dr. Soriano was familiar with a treatment called Nitazoxanide as it worked better than some more traditional antiparasitic medications. The drug has been found to inhibit a broad range of respiratory pathogens in cell cultures, including SARS-CoV-2. Dr. Soriano has used this drug off label to treat COVID-19, successfully! Now Dr. Ramos Soriano, in conjunction with local trial site organization Envision Clinical Research, LLC, will lead a study of Nitazoxanide, a drug used for over four decades against parasites and other conditions, against SARS-CoV-2, the virus behind COVID-19. The clinical trial sponsor is Romark Laboratories. TrialSite showcased another stu...

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