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NRx Pharmaceuticals Announces Expansion of ZYESAMI® (aviptadil) US Expanded Access and Right to Try Programs for Patients with COVID-19 Respiratory Failure who have Exhausted All Approved Treatments

NRx Pharmaceuticals announced enhancements to its Expanded Access and Right to Try programs. The programs enable patients with respiratory failure from COVID-19, who have tried all approved medicines, including remdesivir, and who are not able to participate in a clinical study, to receive ZYESAMI® (aviptadil) upon a physician’s prescription.

NRx Responds to Relief’s Allegations of January 14, 2022

Neither NRx nor Jonathan Javitt accused current Relief management or board of a criminal past. The lawsuit identifies FINRA actions against Dr. Sevelraju, prior securities investigation, and civil fines against Dr. John Paul Waymack, and a prior securities fraud conviction, incarceration, and SEC fines against Adam Gottbetter. NRx provided all financial records to Relief on […]

NRx Pharmaceuticals to Announce New Details for Planned Investigational BriLife™ COVID-19 Vaccine

New details of clinical trial for BriLife™ to be discussed during company update presentation at the H.C. Wainwright BioConnect Virtual Conference Company presentation time changed to 9 AM EST on Monday, January 10, 2022 RADNOR, Pa., Jan. 07, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — NRx Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ: NRXP), a clinical-stage, biopharmaceutical company, today announced its Chairman of the Board and […]

NRx Pharmaceuticals Submits Emergency Use Authorization Application to US Food and Drug Administration for ZYESAMI® (aviptadil) to Treat Patients at Immediate Risk of Death from COVID-19 Despite Treatment with Remdesivir and Other Approved Therapies

NRx Pharmaceuticals (Nasdaq: NRXP) announced today that it has submitted an application for Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the use of ZYESAMI® (aviptadil) in patients with Critical COVID-19 who are at immediate risk of death from Respiratory Failure despite treatment with approved therapy including Remdesivir and who are ineligible for enrollment into the ongoing ACTIV-3b NIH-sponsored trial.