Three medicines that still remain a dream

Against the background of incredible discoveries that promise to completely transform the medicine of the future, making it preventive, there are a number of tools that have been waiting for a very long time.

Malaria vaccine

Bill Gates spends tens of millions of dollars on the search for a miracle cure. Thousands of scientists around the world are working on this problem. The first tangible success is the recent work of American researchers from the National Center for the Study of Allergies and Infections. They were able to remove mosquitoes that develop malaria parasites inside, and then make these parasites unable to infect with radiation exposure.

Super Cold Remedy

Scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are developing a drug that can mean victory over the banal cold β€” the most annoying disease on the planet. They claim to have created a virus that attacks an infected cell and programs it to self-destruct, but does not affect healthy cells in the neighborhood. There are years of clinical trials ahead.

A cure for infertility

Artificial insemination is becoming an increasingly popular method of conception, and many technologies have already been tested and brought to mind. Also, do not forget about the stimulation of ovulation with clomid. Nevertheless, the search for new solutions continues. Canadian scientists from the University of Vancouver are working on drugs that stimulate ovulation in women who want to get pregnant. They are able to stimulate the appearance of several eggs per month instead of one, which increases the chances of artificial insemination. But the method developed by Canadian scientists still has many side effects, including a dangerous syndrome that is associated with kidney failure and heart failure.

Coronavirus vaccine

In modern realities, humanity also dreams of one more medicine – a 100% effective coronavirus vaccine, because neither the Russian Sputnik-V, nor Pfizer, nor even the Chinese vaccine, have yet produced any results.

143 thoughts on “Three medicines that still remain a dream”

  1. After covid, I stopped believing in vaccines! First they say that you need to make a vaccine and be calm for a year, then they say that the vaccine is only valid for six months. Then they say that you need to inject a second vaccine. Third. Etc. I think no one understands until today how coronavirus and vaccines work.

  2. I agree with many of the previous comments. When I see the war in Ukraine, I understand that there is not enough pill for stupidity!

  3. if people thought about the development of medicine, and not about wars, then all these dreams could become a reality. but not yet.

    1. Any war has always helped the development of medicine. Remember penicillin! If not for the war, this medicine would not exist.

  4. We should write about breakthroughs in medicine, not about dreams. Science has achieved a lot in recent years. Do you think the coronavirus has been defeated, or is a new round of the pandemic awaiting us?

  5. And what about clomid? All these stories that you described are nonsense. The article is not interesting!

  6. A malaria vaccine is not a dream. Work is underway. I wonder why the covid vaccine was ready so quickly. What do you think, will a new pandemic of some new virus await us?

  7. There is a coronavirus vaccine, but what good is it if people continue to get sick? In our time, we need a vaccine against war, not against epidemics

  8. How does clomid relate to dreams of non-existent medicines? The article is complete nonsense! But if you look at it from the other side, then clomid helps women get pregnant – isn’t it a miracle and a dream come true?

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