Gilead to Charge $3,120 Per Patient for Typical Covid-19 Treatment

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Gilead to Charge $3,120 Per Patient for Typical Covid-19 Treatment

Gilead to Charge $3,120 Per Patient for Typical Covid-19 Treatment

Gilead is the pharmaceutical company behind a drug that’s been approved for COVID emergencies.

The FDA officially announced the medicine could be used in treating COVID-19 patients.

Gilead has now announced the drug will cost $3,120 per typical treatment course for insured individuals.

Research has indicated the drug could cut the recovery time for hospitalized COVID-19 patients.

It could shorten satsy by several days, reports Gizmodo.

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