In rush for treatments, sound science remains essential

Hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine have been at the center of debate in recent weeks over which drugs should be used to treat COVID-19. Neither product has strong evidence to support use for this purpose, and small studies have either had significant flaws or failed to demonstrate effect. Nonetheless, President Donald Trump can’t seem to stop pushing them, arguing…

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