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Aspen CEO on the availability of breakthrough coronavirus drug in South Africa

A long standing drug called Dexamthasone – a cheap anti -inflammatory steroid – can save lives. Oxford University researchers say the drug could have saved 5,000 lives in Britain alone. It turns out that South Africa has had the drug all along. A version of it called Decasone is made by Aspen. It is a schedule four prescription drug that is injected to ease inflammation for ailments like arthritis. Aspen CEO, Stephen Saad spoke to CNBC Africa for more.

Wed, 17 Jun 2020 13:27:39 GMT

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