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EMA Assessing If Kidney Injury In COVID-19 Patients Is Linked To Remdesivir

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While an EU panel is examining reports of acute kidney injury in some COVID-19 patients taking remdesivir, researchers conducting a UK-based study are preparing to update their systematic benefit-risk analysis of the drug as and when more safety data becomes available.

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