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Man dies after taking drug promoted by Trump to treat COVID-19

WorldNews Tuesday, 24 March 2020
Man dies after taking drug promoted by Trump to treat COVID-19A Phoenix, Arizona man has died and his wife is in critical condition after the couple took chloroquine phosphate after they heard President Donald Trump say the drug could be effective at treating the coronavirus. READ MORE: Biden slams Trump’s coronavirus response during briefing from his home Banner Health confirmed the man’s death and the wife’s critical treatment in a statement, in which they warned others against taking the drug to self-medicate from the disease, or as an...
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Man Dies After Ingesting Chloroquine to Protect Himself From Coronavirus The Arizona man thought the toxic substance would protect him from being infected with the virus, according to NBC News. His wife also ingested chloroquine phosphate and is currently under critical care. The couple ingested the...

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