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Small Trials of COVID-19 Treatments Need to Be Considered with Caution

Two small studies come to opposite conclusions about hydroxychloroquine for eliminating detectable COVID-19 coronavirus.

Two small trials, one in France and one in China, reported opposite results of testing hydroxychloroquine in patients with COVID-19. The report…

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Scientist, editor, and writer with a PhD in Pharmacology

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