Oracle is providing the technology for clinical trials to help the Trump administration determine if anti-malaria drugs can be used to fight COVID-19 (ORCL)
Tuesday, 24 March 2020 () · *Oracle is making its technology available to the Trump administration for clinical trials to find out if controversial malaria drugs can be used safely and effectively against COVID-19, a source told Business Insider.*
· *Trump has been criticized for statements endorsing malaria drugs even as medical experts stressed the...
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