Interferon is the life-sustaining treatment used to treat patients with chronic infections like AIDS.
The drug is administered by injection or nasal spray.
It is also used to prevent the spread of smallpox and the coronavirus.
The interferone beta has a long history of being used to fight other viruses like the coronovirus.
It’s currently used to control severe coronaviruses.
This week, it was announced that the European Medicines Agency (EMA) has rejected the use of the drug in the US, saying that it is “not suitable for use in the United States”.
“There are some concerns about the potential for interleukin-10 to interact with coronaviral particles, particularly in those that have been circulating for a long time and are particularly resistant to treatment with other drugs,” the EMA said in a statement.
“The potential for this to lead to a rise in coronaviremia was discussed in detail in the EMEA assessment.”
The EMA also noted that “any further introduction of the vaccine in the USA would likely pose risks to public health.”
It’s the second time in a year that the drug has been rejected by the EMO.
In March, the EMTs union rejected the drug, saying it is not suitable for its use in America.
It said that “in light of the lack of scientific evidence to support the safety of this drug for use as a first line therapy, the drug should be withdrawn from the market”.
The EMO said that its decision was “not a decision on safety, but rather on the regulatory framework for inter-immuno-pharmacological interactions.”
A statement issued by the Interferone Foundation said that it will “continue to advocate for the EMMRI to uphold their mandate to ensure that the safety and efficacy of interferones is safeguarded”.
“It is the position of the Interferal Foundation that the interferoni vaccine is safe, and should be sold to the U in order to protect the public and to protect all the members of the interferal community.””
It is the position of the Interferal Foundation that the interferoni vaccine is safe, and should be sold to the U in order to protect the public and to protect all the members of the interferal community.”