Global trials forge ahead in search for Covid-19 treatment
So far, the virus has proved impervious, but doctors all over the world are testing medications in an effort to find a safe, effective therapy
As the world anxiously awaits a vaccine for Covid-19, doctors are trying to understand how to best treat those who become seriously ill with the disease.
Many medications already in clinical use are being given to patients as part of large-scale international clinical trials in the hope that they prove to be both effective and safe.
Last week, hopes for two high-profile treatments were dealt a serious blow with studies concluding they were not just...
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