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Clinical trial enrollment plummets as volunteers are scared off coronavirus treatment pushed by Trump

Seattle Times Saturday, 9 May 2020
One of the hottest debates in the coronavirus pandemic is whether the malaria drugs promoted as possible treatments by President Donald Trump really work. But Americans don’t seem overly eager to help answer the question. Enrollment in several clinical trials of chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine β€” including two by the University of Washington β€” has been […]
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