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Aralen
$0.62
Aralen
Chloroquine
Aralen is an aminoquinoline which used to treat or prevent malaria infections and a certain type of parasitic ...
Barikind
$3.20
Barikind
Baricitinib
Produced by Mankind Pharma Ltd, Barikind 4 mg Tablet is used as a treatment for patients with severe ...
Barilup
$2.20
Barilup
Baricitinib
One of the few drugs that are employed to treat patients with COVID-19 is Barilup 2mg, combined with ...
Molnunat
$186.00
Molnunat
Molnupiravir
This drug is aimed at treating adult patients who have been diagnosed with Covid-19 by effectively limiting ...
Stromectol
$1.50
Stromectol
Ivermectin

Stromectol is a type of medicine that is used to cure infections caused by worms. It blocks the production ...

Zithromax
$0.47
Zithromax
Azithromycin
Zithromax is a macrolide antibiotic to treat infections of upper and low respiratory tract, especially ...
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