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Drugs That Might Treat COVID-19: No, We Can’t Just Let People Try Them

Drugs That Might Treat COVID-19: No, We Can’t Just Let People Try Them

March 2020

President Trump has argued for widespread use of some promising drugs for COVID-19: “What have you got to lose?” Patients treated with drugs that haven’t been adequately studied have plenty to lose, writes Susan Ellenberg, PhD, in Slate.

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