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The largest study to date on the use of hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine finds no benefit, but a higher risk of serious heart complications.
"It's more convenient, patients are happier, we get the information we need, and we can open up more slots for other patients."
Doctors Without Borders sounds the alarm about catastrophic disease spread in Yemen.
Infection rates in Dutch and Chinese health workers were higher among those reporting no COVID-19 patient contact.
Also, a report says the CDC combines the results of viral and antibody tests, clouding the pandemic picture.
Also, CDC sources say the White House has kept the agency out of key decisions.
Of 1,150 adults hospitalized in New York City, 257 (22%) were critically ill, and 101 (39%) of them died.
A long-standing practice of using antibiotics to test for TB is unreliable for diagnosing the disease.
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