Amiran Gamkrelidze states that Georgia is involved in "Solidarity" clinical trial and most of the medicines have already been imported

Georgia is involved in "Solidarity", but the trial hasn't started yet, - Amiran Gamkrelidze, Director of the National Center for Disease Control, told InterPressNews.

Gamkrelidze stated that the trial is to be launched soon and it will be coordinated by Infectious Diseases Hospital and technical group of the clinic.

"This is a multinational clinical trial in which tens of centers around the world take part. Georgia is involved in "Solidarity", but the trial hasn't started yet. As you know, we're talking about the combinational use of 4 different medicines from which 2 have been approved by WHO while another two were withdrawn. The final decision hasn't been taken yet. I emphasize that Georgia is involved in the trial and is one of the participants of it. Most of the medicines have already been imported which is a confirmation that the trial will take place in Georgia in the nearest future. The process will be coordinated by Infectious Diseases Hospital and technical group of the clinic", - stated Gamkrelidze.

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